Dying Light 2 Free DLC

Part Two of Dying Light 2’s Authority Pack Free DLC is Available

Techland has released the second part of the Dying Light 2 Authority Pack free DLC. The latest release includes three new pieces of Intimidating equipment for your character. The free Authority Pack DLC can be redeemed via the PlayStation Store, in addition to the ongoing TechlandGG Twitch drop campaign. Furthermore, Techland will release the third part of the Authority Pack sometime in the near future.

What does the Dying Light 2 free DLC pack include?

Part two of the Authority Pack includes the Intimidating Gauntlets, Intimidating Windbreaker, and Intimidating Leather Guards. These new pieces of equipment compliment the first part of the Authority Pack, which similarly included an Intimidating Jacket, Hightops, and Cargo Pants. As teased in the official trailer, the third part is set to include a large car engine-like hammer. It’s important to note that the packs are separate downloads, meaning players will have to individually download each part of the free DLC via the PlayStation Store in order to collect them all.

Currently, Techland is also running a campaign where players can redeem special cosmetics, gear, and weapons if they link their TechlandGG account to their Twitch account. Additionally, if you’re not into watching streamers, you can still complete various quests and challenges in-game to redeem items on the TechlandGG website. All you have to do is link your TechlandGG account to your PSN.

Since Dying Light 2’s release, developer Techland addressed the game’s various issues and promised fans that it would continue to improve the game. Last week, the studio stated that it was working on a fix for poor connectivity in the game’s co-op mode. Techland has also stated that it would release new stories and free DLC for at least five years after launch.

In other news, sci-fi exploration game No Man’s Sky received its 19th major update yesterday, adding new enemies and a friendly AI drone. A lawyer has recently spoken out about Sony’s deceptive pricing scheme for Horizon Forbidden West, and warned that it could lead to a class-action lawsuit.