It may come as a surprise to some, but the single player and co-op zombie survival game Dying Light is still getting close to 500,000 active players each week.
This huge player base has helped developer Techland to pour as much love into Dying Light as possible. In the past 12 months, Techland has released a number of new free content updates, and now they're planning to release even more content over the next 12 months.
The new content will also be free and it'll be spread out across 2018 and 2017. The new content will start with what Techland are calling "DLC No. 0."
This new DLC will bring new enemies to Dying Light. The release date for DLC No. 0 has not yet been set, but it's expected to come soon. The new enemies are humans with ranged weaponry. It looks like they'll be hit men or bandits set out to capture the price set on Crane's (the protagonist) head.
We're not sure what future content will be, but it's likely that they'll be similar in size to DLC No. 0, so essentially they'll be very small content additions that'll add to the scale of the Dying Light universe.
What's great is that none of this content will cost existing players anything. All of the content will be released for free.
In the meantime, Techland is working on two new games, one of which is a new IP. There is speculation surrounding the second game, which could turn out to be a sequel to Dying Light.