With Dying Light set to begin its search for brains in 2015, developer Techland is already lining up its Season Pass content. The game's three post-release add-ons have been detailed, with each set to offer new missions, weapons, and outfits.
Cuisine & Cargo will kick off the DLC-fest in February with two new missions. Players are tasked with investigating buildings that have been sealed off, all filled with infected. The second DLC pack will be the Ultimate Survivor Bundle, which grants seven new in-game items, three outfits, and four blueprints to create new weapons. The final Season Pass item is the Bozak Horde, which will offer a new single-player/co-op map filled with a new enemy type.
Those looking to just skip right ahead to the giant compilation will soon be able to do so, with Dying Light Ultimate Edition pre-orders expected to open up. Those simply looking for the base game will be able to get Dying Light on January 27 on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 and get the Season Pass later for $19.99.