Despite a sequel on the horizon, Techland has dropped another piece of new content for Dying Light, absolutely free of charge. Even though the game launched in 2015, the team is still continuing to support it all these years on. The new content sees a story mode known as The Prisoner being added to the previously released Hellraid DLC, which launched last Summer.
In Dying Light: Hellraid – The Prisoner, players can expect to find new areas, weapons, challenges, and more, with three new quests being added. This is the first of multiple updates, as more quests have been promised to be arriving in the future. The adventure can be tackled alone or with up to three other friends, and for those who succeed, you'll receive a powerful bow known as Corrupted Justice.
New challenges to face, new areas to discover, and an ally who needs your help — an ancient conflict reignites and you must prepare for an inevitable clash. But remember the mysteries of the Ba’al’s Temple are well-guarded, and the fate of the one person who could guide you to the truth depends on you. Should you succeed, however, you’ll earn a powerful bow, Corrupted Justice, which might tip the balance in the upcoming confrontation with the forces of evil.
The amount of content Dying Light has produced over the years has been staggering, especially with how much of it has been free. You'd expect with the sequel launching this December that support would slow down, but it appears Techland has no intention of abandoning players just yet. If you haven't checked out the first game, now may be the perfect time with tons of post-launch content to sink your teeth into.
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