If you thought Dying Light was dead, you're ironically wrong. If you're one of the 500,000 people still struggling to survive in there every week; you're the reason it's getting a lot of new content over the next year.
Across all platforms, Dying Light still manages entice over half a million people to keep coming back. For this reason alone developers TechLand have announced plans to keep the game alive for as long as they can - within a 12 month period, at least.
Chalking up plans, the game's producer, Tymon Smetkala, has stated that Dying Light will benefit from 10 free DLC drops over the next 12 months adding new enemies, in-game events and complicated mysteries as the months go by.
To give a quick taster of what's to come, 'DLC #0' is already due to make an appearance outside of the content drops. Last year, Techland noted that they weren't entertaining the thought of supporting Dying Light after its second year came to an end. Instead opting to work on new projects - understandably - it seems they've changed their tune.
While good news for the lively playerbase three years on, it likely begs the question of where Techland's newer projects could be.