Dying Light 2 Will Be Supported For 5 Years After Launch
Image: Techland

The original Dying Light is known for its long-term support, with new content arriving years after its 2015 release. This is atypical for a single player game, but it looks like the trend will continue with Dying Light 2.

After revealing some console comparisons, and a new gameplay trailer, developer Techland took to Twitter to announce its post-launch plans for Dying Light 2. It seems we're going to see updates for some time, up to five years in fact.

Those updates will include "new stories, locations, in-game events", and will likely take shape as a mixture of paid and free DLC, just like the original Dying Light.

This level of support is great news for players who want to get a little more out of their initial purchase. It's been seven years since Dying Light, and it looks like the sequel will be sticking around for a while yet.

Does this level of support entice you to pick up Dying Light 2? Let us know below.

[source twitter.com]