If you were worried that the release of the next month of moribund 2 somehow would be little content in the launch (definitely will not be), the Tech land developer is already assuring the fans that the game will be compatible in the future. Very similar to the original Luz moribund, which was launched for the first time in 2015, the sequel will receive numerous pieces of DLC and other updates in the coming years. However, what makes this so remarkable comes from the large number of years that Tech land has promised backing Luxury dying 2.
In a recent message in social networks, Tech land disclosed that it has a five-year support plan for moribund 2. «We guarantee expanding the world of moribund 2 to stay human for at least 5 years after the launch with new stories, locations, events in the game and all the fun things you love, said the studio. No more details were mentioned when this content could arrive, but it seems likely that the first pieces of DLC for the game could begin to launch at the end of this year.
As mentioned, the original Luz moribund received numerous pieces of additional content over the years, all of which were drastically different from each other. While the game received some expansions based on stories, such as Luxury dying: the following, Tech land has also shown that it is willing to create truly innovative content pieces. Some of these expansions included Luxury dying: Hell raid, which was an experience of action and fantasy, and Luxury dying: bad blood, which was Tech land version of the Genus Battle Royale. Essentially, there is a multitude of possibilities when it comes to additional content that Luxury dying 2 could receive in the coming years.
In case you were not counting the days until the launch, Luz moribund 2 is scheduled to arrive next month, on February 4. It will be available to buy and play on the PlayStation 5 platforms, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC.
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