Techland has already announced that Dying Light 2: Stay Human will have at least five years of post-launch support. The production of the Polish studio will be expanded with new content, both free and paid. No new missions have been made available to players at the moment, but some item packs have. The Ronin pack can now be downloaded at no additional cost, although it is the first part (of a total of three).
One of the characteristics of this zombie video game is that our protagonist, Aiden Caldwell, can be equipped with all kinds of weapons and pieces of equipment. In a hostile post-apocalyptic world, all precaution is little, so it is better to protect yourself as much as possible, either against the infected or the humans themselves.
If the previous DLC pack was based on the Peacekeepers, one of the Dying Light 2 factions, now it’s the turn of the Survivors.
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All the contents of the Dying Light 2 Ronin Pack (Part 1)
- A handcrafted survivor jacket, which will help you avoid suspicion.
- Handcrafted survivor pants, designed to give you complete freedom of movement.
- Handcrafted survivor slippers, so you can move at full speed in these extremely comfortable slippers.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human was released last February on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5 and PC. The title is also planned for Nintendo Switch, although it is a cloud edition. It was planned to be released at the same time as the other versions, but Techland announced that it needed further development.
On the plot level, the video game puts us in the shoes of Aiden , a Pilgrim who is desperately looking for his missing sister. To achieve this, he must ally himself with each other and advance towards the heart of the city. In his journey he will have to face crucial moral decisions, which can mark the future of Aiden and those around him.
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