New Dying Light content lands
Techland have really been doing well by each and every person who bought Dying Light, continuing their support more than a year on
More than a year after release, Dying Light is better than ever with developer Techland recently releasing essentially a whole new game in The Following and also committing to supporting their title until at least the end of 2016.
That's quite a thing, especially for a game which isn't awash with multiplayer and microtransactions. It's just a good developer giving back to the people who paid money for their game, a little like what CD Project RED has been doing with The Witcher 3. Maybe there's something in the water in Poland.
And there's already a new update, with four community maps being added for free, alongside a host of minor tweaks for stability and other stuff.
- Under the City – a choice-based horror story
- Climb Down – arcade-style parkour experience
- The Hunter – survival quest in a horde-infested forest
- TeeVee – a visual nightmare best experienced in the dark
Free stuff for free! Go download it now.