‘Dying Light’ Gets Ten Free DLCs in 12 Months, Standalone DLC Possible
"Dying Light" will have 10 free DLCs in the next 12 months. An open world first-person video game developed by Techland and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment; the game developer released a couple of "Dying Light" DLCs since its inception dating back January of 2015.
Now, Techland announced that they will come up with 10 DLCs within the next 12 months, according to a recent report filed by Ben Barrett of PCGamesN. The same report suggested that part some of the DLCs will include extra story content which could turn out to be a standalone expansion like "Dying Light: The Following".
As Barrett suggested, "It's probably worth taking a look at The Following, the Dying Light expansion that came out more than a year ago. In that, Techland shifted the focus from parkour to vehicular action, plonking a dune buggy down in its open-world. Running the undead over proved popular, so it's likely the developers are looking to expand their roster of vehicles in upcoming DLC.
What's more is that the first will soon become available. The only teaser about the first of 10 DLCs is that there will be new enemies to fight against. What kind of enemies, we do not know yet.
"Dying Light" Game Objective
For those who don't have idea what the game's objectives are, "Dying Light" is an open world horror, action-adventure survival video game presented in the first-person perspective, as posted on its Dying Light official website. Players will control an undercover agent named Kyle Crane sent to infiltrate the quarantined City of Harran.
There, Kyle will roam around Harran City in search of supplies and weapons to defeat these mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has created. However, by nightfall, these enemies grow in strength and aggression while they hunt the living as prey. Players must maximize Kyle parkour-style movements in escaping these hungry hunters, more so, the more lethal nocturnal, inhuman predators.
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