If you were anxiously awaiting a follow-up to Dying Light, Stay Human is a good extension of the finest zombie-horror-survivor franchise despite the title’s minor shortcomings in certain aspects. A new adventure title from Techland is currently being worked on, but the company has a lot of Content planned for Stay Human. As a result of all this, the game’s chief programmer gave a few thoughts on the impending additions.
The Dying Light 2 Expansion was recently discussed in a conversation with VG247. Subsequent material may not go as far as the original title, according to Smektaa, so players shouldn’t get their hopes up too high for space-based storylines in further updates. Nevertheless, they go on to argue that such an event is unlikely to occur until the third or fourth year of the project. Even while it’s an imprecise statement, it does hint that the successor might ultimately bring something pretty bizarre.
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Additionally, the original and subsequent downloadable content (DLC) expansions would materialize in distinct parts of the world, but they would always be connected to a similar world, according to Smektaa. Furthermore, it seems like Techland does not want to reveal anything more at this time.
Players of the parkour thriller Dying Light 2 would have to continue speculating what’s in store after the initial DLC was postponed and the developers said that it “requires more work.” Smektaa reaffirms Techland’s commitment to maintaining the game for the following five years, even while the new venture is being developed.
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A lot of upgrades and modifications have been made since the successor was released in February, keeping everything running smoothly. Gamers may now begin the adventure over again with different settings thanks to the latest release of New Game Plus in the game.
For all its faults, particularly when contrasted to the original Dying Light title released in 2015, Dying Light 2 is regarded by many to be one of the greatest open-world titles available and one that would maintain undead in the audience’s mind for some time to come. It will be intriguing to see what the studio has in store for the expansions but presumably, the company is bouncing around some fairly bizarre concepts.