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Dying Light Prison Heist Mode Released

Some developers release a game and then forget about it. Not the people at Techland though. Over three years ago they released Dying Light and now they have released the latest piece of DLC, the Prison Heist Mode and it is totally free. Prison Heist mode takes place in Prison Land, a brand new location and is a timed challenge. It can be played both solo or in co-op mode. Your task is to beak into a prison and loot the armoury before the timer runs out. The faster you do it, the better the loot you get is. Simple. … Read More »

Dying Light Developer Confirms New Content

Dying Light developer Techland has announced continued support for the game in a new Facebook video. In the video, producer Tymon Smektala confirms that 500,000 people per week are still playing the game which originally launched three years ago. As a way of thanking these fans for their loyal support, the studio plans to release 10 pieces of new content over the course of the next 12 months. In addition, a new content drop containing ‘new enemies’ will be available soon. Best of all though, these updates will be available to ALL players across ALL platforms, for FREE. Given the … Read More »

Dying Light Not Dead, Will Receive Support For The Next 12 Months

It’s been nearly three years since the release of one of the best zombie games of current generation, Dying Light, but it appears that the developers Techland aren’t finished with the game yet. Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka has stated that fans have been clamouring for some new Dying Light content, and the team at Techland are only too happy to oblige. Not only that, but all the future content will be available free of charge! “In the face of such enthusiasm and engagement, we cannot keep quiet. Today I’m happy to announce Techland’s continuous support for Dying Light. Original content is already … Read More »

Dying Light Developer Hints at Monster-Sized Enemies in Upcoming Game

Developers Techland have teased us with some new information about their upcoming fantasy game, tipped to include “open world and RPG elements”. Although most of the juicy details about the game remain under wraps, we’ve now heard that the team behind Dying Light have asked their Warsaw branch to: Prototype interaction with opponents of unusual size. Having been awarded a grant of $1million USD by the Polish National Centre for Research and Development’s GameINN scheme, they now have plans to “develop innovative technologies to promote the effective production of high-tech gaming” – and it sounds like this is going to … Read More »

Community Reacts to December’s Games with Gold

Last month felt pretty disappointing when it came to Games with Gold line-up – although I’m never going to knock free games like Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon. But it seems you guys are a lot happier with December’s offerings. This month, readers Daniel Weston and Connor Williams both giving the thumbs up, and Ryan Rigby raised a smile, saying: ‘Had to check I wasn’t turning on PS4 when I seen last two months.’ And adeljay6 summed up what a lot of you were thinking: ‘what a line up ??’ Here’s what you’ve been saying about the games… The One … Read More »

Techland Working On New IP; Possibly Dying Light Sequel Too

Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka recently interviewed with Eurogamer’s Robert Purchese about the goings-on with the studio as of late. They have been working on a new open world fantasy game, that will sport RPG elements similar to Dying Light, and will feature both a single-player and co-operative multiplayer. Curiously, when asked about the other game they’ve been working on, they played coy. Both of the new titles they’ve been working on have been in development for more than a year now, and have large teams working on them; somewhere to the tune of about 300 people split between the two studios, in Warsaw … Read More »

Dying Light Joins Forces With Rocket League

Techland and Psyonix have partnered up to bring some Dying Light love into Rocket League and vice versa. With the recent release of Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition, Techland introduced dirt buggies to bring carnage and destruction to the undead occupants of Harran’s countryside. Similarly, the release of Rocket League on Xbox One now opened up for more people to enjoy the explosion-infused RC car football fun. “We’re huge fans of Rocket League and because both games offer great driving fun, we thought why not just partner up and give fans of both games some unique stuff.” – said … Read More »

Dying Light Update Adds 4 New Maps for Free

Dying Light: The Following has been a very successful DLC for the franchise, today its been announced that The Following will be getting 4 more free maps. What’s more, they are all community maps called, The Tunnel: an underground caven of twists, turns and hundreds of zombies, Climb down to 21: a progressive maze of level after level arcade style Parkour and….more zombies, The Hunt: an intense forest hunt with dun dun dun more zombies…and a bow and arrow, and finally Vee: a nightmarish mix up between something from the Outer Limits and a film containing…..yes you guessed it zombies! … Read More »

Dying Light: The Following Review

2015’s Dying Light was a fun game. Not a perfect game. Perhaps not even a great game. But it was fun, in an ignore-the-problems-and just-dropkick-those-zombies-in-the-face kind of way. Let’s see if Dying Light: The Following makes the right changes. Much of the success of last year’s Dying Light was your character’s parkour skills and the tightly built city, Harran, which offered plenty of opportunity to use them. But only once you had levelled up that skill – for a parkour instructor you were surprisingly arthritic and immobile at the beginning. It took no small amount of grinding before your parkour skill “turned on” and you … Read More »

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