If you have still researched the original dying light in the years after its first publication, you will know that the game in the end added some cool crossover content with Rocket League and Rust. And for Dying Light 2, it looks like this is the plan, with Tymon Smektala, lead designer of the game, confirms to The PC Player 24 that the sequel will finally receive crossover content.
In an interview with The PC player 24, Smektala says that there will be “definitely” crossover content for the open-world zombie-RPG. Unfortunately, Smektala did not want to tell what exactly this crossover content would be and with whom the Polish developer may work together. However, he said that the teams who are responsible for this crossover content are “very advanced in their discussions”, which indicates that we could see some partnerships sooner than later.
Since the original Dying Light 2016 entered into a partnership with Rocket League, crossover content has taken a long way. After all, we now have Fortnite, which has a crossover almost every week, and next month a Call of Duty Warzone Godzilla event will take place in the Battle Royale.
For Dying Light 2, however, we only have to wait and see with whom Techland works and whether the crossover content is deeper than what could be seen in the original game.
Dying Light 2 has already announced this week that New Game Plus will come into play, but with several new features that were set in a press release last week, there could be further news on the horizon.