In an interview with PlayStation LifeStyle, which will go live later this week, Until Dawn's executive producer Pete Samuels was asked if the developer has any plans to release some DLC, taking in consideration the game's ending. Samuels explained that there aren't any plans at the moment, but even thought the team is not ruling it out completely, he states that DLC would need to have the right context to fit with the 'truths' of the story.
"The underlying 'truths' in the story are pretty sacred," said Samuels. "If an expansion of any kind required us to change a truth then we wouldn't be happy doing it. We get asked a lot for a happy-ending for one character in particular. We can't see how that could work without breaking some important truths. I'm not ruling out DLC, we just haven't yet found the right context for it."
In a previous interview, Samuels admited the game's sales surpassed expectations, and SuperMassive Games is already discussing the possibility of a sequel.
"We do talk internally about what Until Dawn 2 could be, as it clearly can't be a sequel in the traditional sense, with the same characters facing the same threat, not least of which because in different stories some or all of them are already dead! We've investigated other ways we could do Until Dawn 2 but it probably is a little early to be discussing that."
If you already completed the game, feel free to share your opinion on what kind of DLC SuperMassive Games could develop for Until Dawn.
Source: PlayStation LifeStyle