Players of Dying Light 2 who purchase the new Skin DLC Chicken Bundle will receive a number of goods with a chicken theme. Earlier last month, there was a limited-time Dying Light 2 egg hunt that included these cosmetic goods. These items are now available for separate purchase as cosmetic DLC. In the game, players can set up enough Dying light 2 Accounts.
"Dying Light 2" was not well-received when it launched early last year. While the iconic parkour traversal was lauded by fans, many felt the sequel left a lot to be desired in other areas like characters and storytelling. That being said, Techland has kept up with the community and regularly supports the game with updates, events, and DLC more than a year after its release.
Dying Light 2's new Chicken Bundle contains three items: the Rooster Suit, the Chicken Claw Weapon, and the Chicken Wing Glider. The Egg-splosive Hunt event also rewards a Harper Token, a currency tied to the NPC offering the quest, and the Egg-ceptional Weapon Charm, neither of which appear to be included in the Chicken Bundle. Players who fail to contribute to the global campaign goal of killing 15,000,000 enemies with Egg-splosive throwables during the Egg-splosive Hunt event will be able to purchase the bundle for $5 on all platforms.
In the world of live service games, many players struggle to keep up with the constant changes, updates, and time-limited events, and miss out on many rewards and cosmetics as a result. Few games have taken steps to rectify this, locking highly sought-after cosmetics forever after the event or battle pass ends. Many players feel that, despite not participating in said event or battle pass, there is no point in participating in an event or passing a battle pass if everyone can earn cosmetic rewards.
While this argument is strong for a battle pass that requires a significant investment of time and money, short, limited-time events are usually not a commitment. Encouragingly, Techland recognized this in Dying Light 2 and opened up event-related decorations to everyone after the event. As one of the few independent AAA studios, Techland seems to be very good at integrating live service elements into its games and supporting its community for years to come. For more game guides, please visit topgmnews.com.