Thursday, December 1 2022

Players of Dying Light 2: Stay Human with the Season Pass or Individual DLC can explore the Carnage Hall Opera House-turned-Colosseum starting today.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human may have released earlier in 2022, but Techland has been working tirelessly to improve it and bring new content to the game ever since. Today marks a major new update, giving players access to the new Bloody Ties expansion DLC with new battles, stories, allegiances, betrayals, and branching paths. As you enter the Carnage Hall and its barbaric battles, where will you stand when the last opponent falls?

Techland released the Bloody Ties DLC for Dying Light 2 on November 10, 2022, along with a launch trailer. This DLC is a major expansion to the story of Dying Light 2, allowing players to access Carnage Hall. It is an opera house converted into a colosseum where the fighters destroy each other in bloody battles to the delight of the spectators. Players will enter the arena and face off in its battles alongside a host of new quests, weapons, and more to discover as they uncover the politics behind the bloody spectacle of Carnage Hall.

Skullface from Dying Light 2's Bloody Ties DLC.
Skullface is an intimidating new addition to the characters players will face and interact with in Dying Light 2’s Bloody Ties expansion.
Source: Techland

Dying Light 2: Stay Human was released in February 2022 to mixed response from critics and players alike, but Techland has been tweaking and improving the game since, making it a more solid co-op action adventure in a zombie infested world. Even this particular Bloody Ties DLC was delayed while the studio worked on polishing the main game and getting the expansion ready for launch. Now players can enjoy it on all platforms available today.

With the launch of Dying Light 2 Bloody Ties today, a new adventure in Villedor awaits. Are you back in the game? Let us know in the Chatty section below and stay tuned for more Dying Light 2 updates!

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