The $20 Season Pass contains three DLC packs that will be released between now and May on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The first pack, titled Cuisine & Cargo, costs $5 (if you don’t buy the Season Pass) and may be downloaded now.
- Cuisine & Cargo — Available first for Season Pass holders, these two hardcore missions let players put their skills to the ultimate test. Investigate buildings sealed off in the very first days of the outbreak–with the infected inside. Explore ominous corridors of once the most famous restaurant in Harran, and employ both stealth and combat to ransack a zombie-filled loading bay at an abandoned railroad yard.
- Ultimate Survivor Bundle — Players will receive seven unique in-game items that will bring fighting zombies to a whole new level. Grab three special outfits and four blueprints for over-the-top weapons to make your survival in the quarantine zone a good bit easier.
- The Bozak Horde — The final Season Pass drop will deliver a new map and gameplay, playable in either single-player or co-op. Go inside the Harran Stadium, the most famous landmark in the city, and test your combat know-how against relentless hordes of the Infected. Fight increasingly stronger and larger enemy waves as you oppose a mysterious psychopath called Bozak.
Because of delays in distribution of the physical game in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia, those who pre-ordered the game in those regions will receive Cuisine & Cargo and the Ultimate Survivor Bundle for free.
Here’s our review for the parkour-centric zombie slayer that released last month.
I’m conflicted on the DLC for Dying Light. The game has been a lovely experience so far, but I’m still steadfast in my refusal to pay money for DLC that adds only in-game items and outfits and no story, like the Ultimate Survivor Bundle. But Cuisine & Cargo and The Bozak Horde sound great, so I could see myself buying the Season Pass. See? Conflicted.
Brian Hoerst is an Associate Editor for MONG. Follow him on Twitter.