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Dying Light season pass content detailed

Techland has today revealed the release dates for all three content drops of the Season Pass for Dying Light. 

The first drop, titled ‘Cuisine & Cargo’, launches today for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, which Techland says will "supply players with two extremely challenging new missions."

Techland has also promised to continue supporting Dying Light with new content for many months to come, including the release of ‘Ultimate Survivor Bundle’ in March and the May launch of ‘The Bozak Horde’ DLC.

“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,” says Adrian Ciszewski, Game Director

Here's some details from the Season Pass from the press release.

The Dying Light Season Pass contains

- Cuisine & Cargo (February 10th) – Available exclusively as a part of the Season Pass offer, these two hardcore missions let players investigate buildings sealed off in the very first days of the outbreak. Explore the ominous corridors of once the most famous restaurant in Harran, and employ both stealth and combat to ransack a zombie-filled loading bay at the abandoned railroad yard.

- Ultimate Survivor Bundle (March) – Players will receive seven unique in-game items that will bring fighting zombies to a whole new level. Grab three special outfits and four blueprints for over-the-top weapons to make your adventure in the quarantine zone even more fun.

- The Bozak Horde (May) – The final Season Pass drop will deliver a new map and gameplay, playable in single-player and co-op. Go inside the Harran Stadium and test your combat know-how against relentless hordes of the Infected. Fight increasingly stronger enemy waves as you oppose a mysterious psychopath called Bozak.

The season pass costs $19.99 / €19.99, but remember, if you order from ShopTo you'll get the first too DLC packs included at no extra cost.

Edited On 10 Feb, 2015

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