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The roadmap reveals that the game will soon receive new missions, new weapons, a Tower Road, and more.
Alongside the new content, the roadmap is set to add cross-save, an FOV slider on the Xbox Series S, and various quality-of-life improvements. Techland also teased that Halloween and Winter events are planned for later in the year.
A crossover with Vampire: The Masquerade is also coming soon, as is a crossover with Ubisoft‘s For Honor franchise, although the details of those events haven’t been detailed.
While Techland continues to update Dying Light 2, the studio recently asked fans what kind of hero they’d like to play as in a potential Dying Light 3.
While not an official announcement that a new game is in development, the Polish studio is gauging player interest in a sequel via a recently published Twitter poll.
Dying Light franchise director Tymon Smektała asked fans if they’d prefer the protagonist to be a survivor, a Nightrunner, a Pilgrim or a GRE Agent turned good, with the last option currently the most popular choice.
In an interview with VGC last year, Dying Light 2: Stay Human’s lead designer said he would want the protagonist to feel more powerful in a theoretical sequel.
“I think in the third game, if it happens, that the character will start with more powers, more skills, more abilities as his basic skill set,” he said.
Chinese technology giant Tencent is to become the majority shareholder of Dying Light studio.
Paweł Marchewka, who founded Polish game studio in 1991. and who will remain as the company’s CEO, said the studio will retain full ownership of its IPs and creative freedom following the move.
“We dream of turning Dying Light into the ultimate zombie game experience for players worldwide, providing you with multiple astonishing adventures and pushing the boundaries of solo and online modes to a totally new level,” he said.