If you’ve been sitting around watching the credits of Dying Light 2 roll by and wishing it didn’t end, you might be in luck. According to an insider, he found in-game information about Elyseum, a region in Dying Light 2 currently not accessible to players.
This news comes from redditor Sekurko, who shared a bunch of encrypted localization files that show what appears to be in Elysium. The information contains the background of several districts in it, as well as the names of some quests.
For those who don’t know, Elysium is a fairly large area in Dying Light 2 that is currently unavailable to all players regardless of their choice. However, footage from Elysium was used to promote Dying Light 2 prior to its launch, leading fans to speculate that the area was simply cut from the game due to time constraints and/or will be added to DLC in the future.
Luckily, Dying Light 2 fans won’t have to wait too long to find out if they’re getting the Elyséum area in a future DLC, as Techland has already announced that the next story DLC is coming this June. This was announced back in January. If this information found by Sekurko is true, it can be assumed that this June story DLC will allow players to explore Elysium.