Techland has detailed DLC plans for Dying Light, with the game’s first content drop Cuisine & Cargo launching today across all platforms.
The studio has provided content descriptions and release window info for all three pieces of DLC that make up Dying Light’s $19.99 Season Pass. The just released Cuisine & Cargo includes two missions that involve investigating buildings previously sealed off during the first days of the undead outbreak.
The Ultimate Survivor Bundle is due out next month, adding new outfits and blueprints for over-the-top” weapons. Lastly, The Bozak Horde is scheduled for release in May – the content brings a new map for both single-player and co-op modes.
Dying Light is out now on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.