Dying Light to get 10 free pieces of downloadable content in 12 months

Three years later, Techland still supporting its zombie shooter.

Dying Light

Almost three years after the release of Dying Light, Techland has announced that it will release 10 pieces of free downloadable content for the game in 12 months, including new locations, story-driven quests, gameplay mechanics, weapons, enemies, and more.

According to Techland, about 500,000 people still play Dying Light every week, which is down only 200,000 from the 700,000 weekly players in the first few months of the games release.

In addition to the downloadable content, Techland plans to release gameplay improvements and balance tweaks, as well as up to four community events per quarter. It also plans to launch a dedicated community platform through which fans will have an influence on what kind of new content is created.

The first new content, dubbed “Content Drop #0,” will launch in the coming weeks and focus on new enemies.It is described as a taste of the new things to come, and not actually part of 10 pieces of downloadable content.

Dying Light is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch a teaser trailer for the new enemies below.

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