Slice Up Zombies In Dying Light 2’s Free Ronin DLC

Techland has just revealed Dying Light 2's second free DLC pack, featuring new samurai-themed gear and a unique one-handed sword. With this new full set, you can survive in the city of Villedor as Ronin, slicing up zombies in bloody halves even more effectively than before.

The first part of the Ronin pack is already available to claim across the Epic Games Store, Steam, Microsoft Store, and PlayStation Store. The first drop includes the chest piece, joggers, and sneakers — all painted in white, red, and black. Additional set items such as the face mask and gloves will be available starting February 23, while the sword itself can be obtained only from February 25.

As seen in the trailer below, the Ronin set looks pretty stylish and provides the players with intense and bloody combat thanks to the quick one-handed sword, which easily separates the heads of the walking dead from their bodies. You can find more information on the official website alongside instructions on how to get this DLC for your version of Dying Light 2 Stay Human.

Previously, Techland launched a three-part Authority pack DLC for the sequel, featuring the full Peacekeeper's faction set alongside a heavy two-handed hammer. More faction-inspired DLC items are also set to arrive in the coming weeks.

Aside from the new item packs, Dying Light 2 fans may expect more updates and new features in the future. According to the game's lead designer Tymon Smektała, the devs are now looking into implementing the New Game+ option, as it's one of the most frequently asked features among players. On Twitter, Smektała said the team hear all requests, but he can't confirm any exact dates for this mode right now. Hopefully, it won't take too long for the studio to let the fans experience the title once more with a fully pumped-up protagonist.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The Nintendo Switch version is also in the works, but will launch several months later.

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