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Dying Light 2: "Bloody Ties" Story DLC Out Now for PC, Xbox, PlayStation

Wrocław, Poland — November 10, 2022 — Bloody Ties, the first story-driven DLC for Dying Light 2 Stay Human, is out now for PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.

In this DLC, priced USD $9.99 (varies by region and platform), players will be able to visit the Carnage Hall, an old opera house turned fighting arena. The encounters will pose a stiff challenge suitable for the most seasoned Pilgrims. However, this DLC is not only about a bloodsport tournament. Underneath the action-packed combat lies a deep narrative about power and revenge.

The dangerous show must go on

Carnage Hall is home to all manner of conflicts. Jump from relatively small brawls straight into Spectacles—the biggest fighting performances imaginable. Clash with the Infected and other contenders while performing various tasks to rile up the crowd and properly tell a mid-fight story, like a very bloody stage play. One such story might even take you back to the days of the crisis in Harran, circa the original Dying Light.

Actors of destruction

On your journey, you will meet a wide cast of characters with rich personalities and complicated relationships that drive everything around them. Discover the stories of people such as Astrid (Carnage Hall’s showrunner), Ciro (a young, enthusiastic fighter), and Skullface (the arena’s brutal champion).

Powerful loot

Flashy weapons and equipment aren’t only a means of survival—they’re also an important symbol of status. You’ll need some serious gear to impress the crowd, such as the magnificent Carnage Manica, a special shield capable of withstanding even the heaviest blows.

Fierce foes

Face a horde of new enemy types, like the wild Gorilla Demolisher, the dangerous Cataclysm, and the Molotov-throwing Grenadier. All of them, plus Infected and other fighters, will try to block your way to victory.

Music for carnage

Taste the carnage with the Bloody Ties' launch trailer, featuring a cover of “Born To Be Wild” made in collaboration with Massive Music.

To help us create unforgettable experiences for all Dying Light 2 Stay Human players, we invite you to join the conversation on Discord, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube—we’ll be waiting!

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