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Techland Releases Content Roadmap for Dying Light 2 Stay Human

Techland, the developer of the popular zombie shooter game Dying Light 2 Stay Human, has unveiled its content roadmap for the future of the game. In a trailer highlighting the upcoming updates, the studio has promised to provide continuous support and introduce a variety of new features to enhance the player experience.

Among the upcoming additions are co-op missions, Tower Raid, replayable GRE anomalies, and the return of beloved characters Tolga and Fatin. Players can also look forward to more graphic options, including the ability to toggle the bloom effect on and off and an FOV slider for Xbox Series S. Additionally, there will be quality of life improvements related to weapon repairing, gear and mod dismantling, as well as a wide range of new cosmetics and customizations. The trailer also hints at exciting new mechanics such as executions and finishers, nightmare difficulty, new enemy variants, and a brief tease of firearms.

Techland promises upcoming Halloween and Winter Events, along with fresh cosmetics and customizations, new graphics options, and quality of life changes. The game will also offer “more ways to kill,” events, crossovers, and cross-gen saving. These updates and features aim to keep players engaged and provide an immersive and satisfying gaming experience.

In recent news, Techland has formed a partnership with Tencent, which will make the Chinese company a majority shareholder in the studio. Despite this, Techland will retain full ownership of its intellectual properties and maintain its creative freedom.

With the release of this content roadmap, Dying Light 2 Stay Human players have much to anticipate in the coming months. Techland's commitment to continuous support and the introduction of exciting new features ensures that players will have a thrilling and immersive post-apocalyptic experience.

Sources:
– Techland content roadmap trailer for Dying Light 2 Stay Human
– Techland's partnership with Tencent