It is a day of delays it seems, but this time, at least it's not a game being affected. Techland has revealed it will be taking more time developing upcoming story content for Dying Light 2 Stay Human. Originally slated for early summer, the game's first major story DLC drop is now aimed at a September release.
"We will still need a bit more time to develop the first story DLC," Techland explains in a Twitter post today. "Your feedback always has the highest priority for us, and we want to be honest and transparent with you."
The studio has five years of updates planned out for the zombie survival RPG, and at least two story DLC packs are incoming in the future, with an additional expansion pack also in the cards. Since launch, Techland has delivered numerous bug fixes as well asnew features like New Game+ for better replayability, co-op improvements, and more.
To make the wait for new story slices a little easier though, the studio is planning smaller, free updates from June through August. These will contain new missions and bounties, a photo mode, community events, and new enemy types, among other elements, to spice up the gameplay. Check out the updated roadmap above.
Dying Light 2 is currently available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. After years of support, Techland just recently released its final update to the original Dying Light, and as an added surprise, gave away Enhanced Edition content to all base game owners.