Dying Light 2's first proper expansion, titled Bloody Ties, has had its release date been pushed back about a month. It was originally set to launch on the 13th October, but now it'll drop on the 10th November. Why? So that developer Techland can smooth things out, of course.
The Polish studio made the delay official on Twitter, stating: "We have taken the decision to postpone the launch of Bloody Ties until November 10th, to allow the team extra time to polish and squash bugs." A fairly straightforward explanation.
And an important one, really. Dying Light 2 suffered from a slew of frustrating technical issues when it released earlier in the year, and it would be nice if the DLC didn't follow in its footsteps. Hopefully it's fully polished and ready to go in November.
Bloody Ties is an arena-based expansion, by the way, and it looked suitably bonkers in its reveal trailer.
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