First Dying Light DLC Out Now, Adds Two "Hardcore Missions"

Cuisine & Cargo expansion available now for Dead Island developer's open-world zombie game.

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Polish developer Techland on Tuesday announced release dates for Dying Light's three announced expansion packs, all of which are included with the game's $20 DLC pass.

First up is the $5 Cuisine & Cargo expansion, which is available now, February 10, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Cuisine & Cargo adds two new "hardcore missions" where players will investigate buildings that were sealed off during the early days of the infected outbreak. This expansion launches in the PlayStation Store in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia on February 11.

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Next is the Ultimate Survivor Bundle, which arrives in March and three special outfits and four blueprints to build "over-the-top" weapons. The third and final expansion for Dying Light is The Bozak Horde, which will arrive sometime in May.

This expansion, playable in single-player or co-op, puts players inside the Harran Stadium where they will face off against waves of increasingly difficult enemies in an ultimate fight against a "mysterious psychopath" called Bozak.

Dying Light was released around the world last month, netting more than 1.2 million players in its first week. The game is available digitally globally, but the physical versions of the game were delayed in Europe, and will now arrive there later this month. Notably, people who preordered a physical copy of the game in those regions will receive the Cuisine & Cargo and Ultimate Survival Bundle for free·

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.

"The goal is to let players enjoy the game well after release with such drops and other free initiatives which are already in the works and will be announced very soon," game director Adrian Ciszewski said.

For more on Dying Light, check out GameSpot's review.

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