Dying Light was first released in January 2015 and a large portion of the community has stuck with it throughout the years. Because of this, developer Techland has announced that 10 DLC packs are being released over the next 12 months for the parkour zombie title. And they won't cost you a penny.

In a recently released video that you can watch below, producer Tymon Smektala pointed out that 700,000 were playing the game on a weekly basis in September 2015, and that number only dropped by 200k in May of this year. 

'In the next twelve months, we will give you ten pieces of original, new content,' Smektala said. 'You can expect new challenging enemies, more in-game events, new mysteries to solve, and much, much more.'

The part that will make Dying Light fans super happy is that the game's producer said 'all the stuff will be free for all our players, across all platforms.'

Click the big play button below to get a little glimpse at DLC #0, which is the first of these free planned bits of extra content, and will be out soon. 

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