After a lifelong wait, Dying Light 2: Stay Human is finally ready to launch, and on February 4, 2022, all PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC users will be able to get their hands on the game. In case you need additional purchase incentives beyond the five hundred hours of content promised by the developers and the presence of superstar Rosario Dawson, you will be happy to know that the Polish studio has stated that the game “will be supported for at least five years with new content, “including stories, timed events and new places to explore.
The first Dying Light saw the light in January 2015, and Techland continues to support the game even today with free events and patches to improve the frame rate. Over the past six years, Dying Light has received three post-launch DLCs as part of the Season Pass, a major expansion called “The Following,” ten minor expansion packs with new enemies, weapons, and missions, crossover content with Left 4 Dead, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare and Rocket League and a final DLC called “Hellraid.”
With over 17 million copies sold in December 2019, it will be difficult to match the success of Dying Light. Still, Techland does not want to be outdone with this ambitious sequel so we can expect similar support with free and paid content until the end of 2027.