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Techland unveil 'Summer with Dying Light', offers "one-time only events" for six specific weekends starting July 4th
A campaign of horror will beset the Dying Light community ashave announced 'Summer with Dying Light', which consists of "six specific weekends" that will host "varied one-time only events" to ramp up the fun.
Beginning this weekend for July 4-5 is Spider-Crane, which bestows "unlimited grappling hook shots" and virtually no fall damage. Still ongoing right now is thepromotion, which .
Developerfeel and are onto something with their latest Red Bull energy drink marketing promotion, where buying select cans unlock exclusive quests and XP boosts in console-only Destiny.
The Dying Light studio however has backed a rival. They're teaming up with the "real king of hydration" and want us chugging back glasses of water. They've startedand .
The Harran Stadium is opening up to players in The Bozak Horde DLC for Dying Light by the end of the month. This new content will provide players with "twisted challenges" cooked up by the psychopath Bozak.
It's ideally for co-op teams to take on but can be completed solo. Should we survive the Bozak Horde then the "ultimate stealth weapon" will be ours - the compound hunting bow.
Techland tease "major updates" to Dying Light Developer Tools, announces 'Beyond Dying Light' contest
Dying Light developeris now teasing their plans to "further extend the capabilities" of their Developer Tools for the zombie-parkour action adventure. There's "terrain creation & editing, custom models import" and multiplayer support coming.
What's more, they've teamed up withto dangle a tasty graphics card in front of mod creators. They offer the card to winners of the Beyond Dying Light contest, which closes May 11th.
The official Developer Tools for Dying Light have now been released by, and they've also posted an official trailer. Modders can now start really getting into the zombie sandbox.
It allows for custom stories, crazy scenarios and even brand-new maps. Everything created can be shared through the Steam Workshop. A six-part video guide is being released by Techland to help creators.