"Payday 2 — just like its predecessor Payday: The Heist — is a living thing," Goldfarb told Joystiq. "We have five DLCs planned together with 505 Games for the coming year." He said, just as with Payday: The Heist, Overkill plans to continue to update the game with paid and free content.
According to a post from producer Almir Listo on the Steam forums earlier this week, additional features for Payday 2, such as an enemy variant and safehouse customization, will be added to the game once the studio is "comfortable with their quality."
Payday 2, which draws inspiration from Dark Souls, launched this week for Windows PC via Steam, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. For more about the shooter, read about how Goldfarb convinced the development team to make "Dark Souls heist game."