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The Future Big Content For Dying Light 2 Stay Human Has Been Somewhat Teased By Techland

Shen Xiu, the newest agent in the second Chapter of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, has been introduced in the first Dying Light 2 Stay Human details released by Techland.

In a few weeks, The Huntress and the Witch, the second part, and the next 1.5 patches will both be released. Chapters play a significant role in the Dying Light 2 Stay Human post-launch support strategy, as was previously stated.

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Introducing the new branch agent, Shen Xiu, also known as the Huntress. She is who? Her origin is unknown. What does she do in the City? For the time being, all you need to know is that you have a particular assignment from this incredibly competent tracker and archery master. Which will it be for you hunter or prey?

Senior Brand Manager Anna Kubica and Chapter Concept Game Designer Carole Langier discuss the rationale behind this new in-game content in the most recent edition of our D2K: At The Fish Eye video series.

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Watch the most recent installment of Techland’s “At the Fish Eye” series to hear Senior Brand Manager Anna Kubica and Game Designer Karol Langier discuss the guiding principles of this fresh in-game material. They might even provide some further context for the future second Chapter; who knows!

According to rumors swirling, the first significant DLC for Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be narrative and Gladiator-themed. Another speculated major new site for the DLC is an opera house.

Since its initial release in February 2022, Dying Light 2 Stay Human has sold more than five million copies. Currently, it can be played on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, and PC.

Similar to how they did with the first Dying Light, a game that quickly became one of the best zombie games of all time, Techland promises to continue developing and supporting Dying Light 2 in the months to come.