Dying Light Hellraid DLC Delayed To August

The DLC based on a shelved Techland game was only three days away from releasing.


Dying Light's Hellraid DLC has been delayed to August, only three days before it was supposed to release. The DLC based off an unreleased Techland game has been bumped from July 23 to August 13 for PC and August 14 for consoles.

In a tweet, developer Techland announced the new release date, saying it wanted to implement suggestions from its recent beta.

Hellraid has had a tumultuous development, with the original Hellraid game being previously announced to release in 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC before being bumped to 2014 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The game was officially put on hold in January 2015, later to be folded into DLC for Techland's Dying Light.

Dying Light: Hellraid sees players transported inside an arcade cabinet, where they must battle demons using axes, hammers, and swords. The DLC features the base game's first-person melee combat and can be played in four-person co-op.

Dying Light 2 was delayed indefinitely in January 2020, after previously having been scheduled for Spring 2020.

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