[dropcap size=small]D[/dropcap]ying Light developer Techland has announced release dates for the game’s three announced expansion packs. The expansion packs are all included in the game’s $20 DLC pass, or can be purchased individually.
The Cuisine & Cargo expansion is the first of the aforementioned expansion packs, and is available now globally for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Cuisine & Cargo adds on two new “hardcore missions” where players are tasked with investigating buildings that were sealed off during the earlier days of the infected outbreak.
Coming in March is the Ultimate Survivor Bundle–which includes three new special outfits, and four blueprints to build what are described as “over-the-top” weapons.
Finally, the third expansion, titled The Bozak Horde, will arrive sometime in May. The expansion is playable in both single-player or co-op modes, and drops players inside the Harran Stadium where they will battle against waves of increasingly difficult enemies and attempt to defeat Bozak, a “mysterious psychopath.”
When Dying Light was released in January, it netted upwards of 1.2 million players in its first week alone. While the game is available in the digital format across the globe, the physical versions of the game were delayed in Europe until later this month. As a reward for their patience, those who preordered the physical copy of the game in regions where it was delayed will receive the Cuisine & Cargo and Ultimate Survival Bundle for free.
While these three expansion packs are the only DLC that has officially been announced, Techland has teased that in addition to the paid DLC, they also plan on releasing free content down the road.
Techland has also teased that, in addition to Dying Light’s paid DLC, the developer will release free content for all players sometime down the road.
Dying Light is available now for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.