It's been three years since Dying Light first hit the shelves and had people using parkour skills to avoid the zombie infestation. It only felt like yesterday that we were drop kicking zombies off of buildings and lighting them ablaze with makeshift weapons. Seeing this unflagging enthusiasm, previous year at E3 Techland committed to deliver 10 free DLCs in 12 months, extending the players' enjoyment of the game by introducing new enemies, locations, gameplay mechanics, and more. And the party isn't about to end anytime soon, as it has a lot planned for the game's third anniversary. To say thank you to players, publisher and developer Techland is offering new activities and in-game loot. Check out the video above to see more information on upcoming content! Then, around Valentine's Day, a brand new community bounty titled Undying Love will be activated. This is just the beginning of new content that's being planned for the game, as the company is hard at work on a new in-game content drop that will take place sometime this month.
Discounts of up to 67% off for additional content and even for the game.
Here's how Dying Light helped bring Techland back from the dead. A sequel? Xbox One X/ PS4 Pro support? Opting to go with a more suspenseful approach, Techland has said that they won't be revealing everything right away, so make sure to stay tuned for any updates when they do reveal what else is coming to the game.
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