If you were still exploring the original Dying Light in the years after it was initially released, you will know the game ended up adding some cool crossover content with Rocket League and Rust. And, for Dying Light 2, it looks like that is also the plan, with Tymon Smektala, lead designer on the game, confirming to The Loadout that the sequel will eventually get crossover content.
Speaking to The Loadout in an interview, Smektala says there is “definitely” crossover content coming to the open-world zombie RPG. Unfortunately, Smektala was reluctant to share what this crossover content would be exactly and who the Polish developer may be partnering with. However, he did say that the teams who are responsible for that crossover content are “very advanced in their discussions”, suggesting we could see some partnerships sooner rather than later.
Since the original Dying Light partnered with Rocket League in 2016, crossover content has come a long way. After all, we now have Fortnite which has a crossover almost every week and a Call of Duty Warzone Godzilla event will be taking place within the battle royale next month.
For Dying Light 2 though, we will just have to wait and see who Techland partners with and whether the crossover content is deeper than what was seen in the original game.
Dying Light 2 has already announced this week that New Game Plus will be coming to the game, but with multiple new features teased in a press release last week, there may be more news on the horizon.