Techland have just announced a year-long series of free DLC in support of Dying Light.
Techland is joining in the Halloween fun with a special Halloween event called Zombiefest.
Techland are not done with Dying Light.
If you want the original game then you only have a few days left to buy it.
As Julian Cope once sang “Yeah, we could crawl / But I’d rather drive, she said”. Peter gets vehicular in The Following.
General, daily, and community challenges (bounties) will be added to Dying Light as part of February’s free ‘enhancements’ update.
Buggies will kill those zombies fast when this expansion releases.
The levelling never stops in (and outside) the city of Harran. Dying Light adds ‘Legendary Levels’ in February.
Water themed free stuff will be coming to Dying Light next year.
Due to the “increased scale of the project”, The Following will cost a bit more. You can still get it on the cheap in the Season Pass though.
Techland have put together a bit of a visual Halloween card, featuring the ever-eager zombie cast of Dying Light and an unlikely disco ball.
The expansion Dying Light: The Following is set to launch in the first quarter of 2016. Revealed back in August, it promises to be a … Read moreDying Light: The Following release date window
Around three hours or so of parkour-and-zombie-spotting awaits in the newly released free sample.
Dying Light: The Following was announced awhile back, but it wasn’t revealed. Or something. This is the reveal trailer, anyway.
Very large play area for this full expansion – and buggies too.
Teases the addition of buggies, that is. It’s not a trailer about bullying buggies.
Bozak brings new challenges to Techland’s zombie survival title.
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