Dying Light Summary
Given news that Dying Light's refusal to stay dead means its due 10 new pieces of DLC over the next 12 months, developers Techland have detailed when to expect the drops to start, and what Drop #0 has in store.
Dying Light To Get 10 Content Drops In The Next 12 Months As It Clings To Half A Million Weekly Users After 3 Years
If you thought Dying Light was dead, you're unironically wrong. If you're one of the 500,000 people still struggling to survive in there every week; you're the reason it's getting a lot of new content over the next year.
Techland is a polish based company that's known for developing titles like Call of Juarez, Dead Island and more recently Dying Light, although it's just announced today that it will be entering the publishing market.
Techland has been developing games for over 20 years, even working as a distributor and publisher in Central and Eastern Europe, and now it feels the time is right to move into global publishing with all the experience it's been able to gain through those years.
I was absolutely shocked by how much I enjoyed Dying Light last year. It’s an open-world zombie game! Three out of every four titles released these days are open-world zombie games! Yet its unique take on parkour survival meant that it hit for me in a way similar titles didn’t.
So, has Dying Light become too easy? Techland has announced one of the upcoming features of Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition: the Nightmare mode, which "restricts overpowered Easter Egg weapons, introduces XP penalties for dying, ramps up the difficulty of enemies, and more."