I am pleased to report that in Dying Light: The Following, you can still dropkick a zombie off a cliff and into the sea. You also get to drive a car.
Dying Light’s The Following DLC continues to look promising. It’ll be interesting to see if the game can retain its signature flow without the verticality of the city of Harran, but those dune buggies sure do seem nifty.
After Twitter user c0mpl3x1ty had a few drinks, they booted up Techland’s open world zombie game, Dying Light. An electrical engineer by day, they noticed a problem: there should be no way for the city to generate power. It’s all wrong! But when I contacted Techland, they revealed a huge secret about the game.
Zombie-killing fans have been hearing a lot about the purportedly very large expansion pack for this year’s surprisingly excellent game Dying Light. But we haven’t actually seen that much of it yet. Developer Techland put out a 15 minute gameplay video for the DLC today, and it looks, well, game-changing.
Dying Light just put out a new trailer for its upcoming expansion The Following with a neat explanation for its leaving the city: “Kyle Crane travel to a hazardous outback ruled by mysterious and fanatical cultists whose beliefs have unnerving connections with the zombie outbreak.” Also: customizable dune buggies!
Just when you thought you were done killing zombies, they give you...DUNE BUGGIES!!
Many found Dying Light surprisingly, refreshingly difficult when it first came out. But time can make even the grossest of zombies appear woefully pedestrian. Mods to the rescue!
Ah, April 1st. The silliest day in gaming. Dying Light is choosing to celebrate the occasion by treating its legions of zombies like the ragdoll-ish punching bags they truly are.
Dying Light was already a tough game for many people when it first came out, but a new patch this week answered other players' demands by making it even harder.
Dying Light patched out its famous loot-harvesting weapon-duplication trick once again this week. And once again, someone found another way to perform the same exploit. Follow the new instructions in the video above, especially if you need help surviving hard mode. Thanks to Reddit's Uber-Lurker for the PSA.…
Dying Light will get its long-awaited "hard mode" on March 10th, Techland said today. Can't wait! In addition to that free update, a $5 "Survivor Bundle" will also be released, giving players three additional character skins and four new weapons.
I tried to warn everybody: Dying Light can be a really, really hard game. If you still don't believe me, witness one player wailing on a zombie for a solid minute and a half and the fucker still won't go down. Remember to repair your weapons, people!
Having not played any of Dying Light or read any of the helpful tip articles explaining how to get started with the free-running zombie survival game, I decided it was the best possible gane to stream while trying out new tech. Probably not. We'll see.
The surprisingly excellent zombie game Dying Light got its first batch of DLC today, Techland said in a surprise announcement. It's called "Cuisine & Cargo," and adds two additional "hardcore zones" (buildings) to explore in the game's world. There are two more bits of DLC coming out in March and May respectively.
Truth be told, I wasn't expecting much out of open-world zombie-slugger Dying Light. I didn't care for its predecessor, Dead Island, and I figured this one would be more of the same—but with sweet parkour moves. And yet, here I am, hopelessly addicted. I blame Fallout 3, one of my favorite games of all time.
Hello there, fellow zombie hunters. Dying Light is upon us. Is the intense difficulty curve getting to you too? Here are the best techniques I've found to help get me through the night in the undead wasteland of Harran. Maybe even survive the whole next day, too! But let's not get ahead of ourselves.
The latest Dying Light easter egg that's been uncovered transports players to a Super Mario-esque stage, only with a lot more zombies inside. YouTuber Arekkz Gaming discovered the secret portal to zombie goomba (zomgoomba? goomzombie?) killing goodness, and was kind enough to show us all where to find it:
Dying Light has only been out for a week, but many players are already itching for bigger and better challenges than those in the base game. Since there isn't a "hardcore mode" or anything like that yet, the best way to turn up the difficulty dial is imposing your own custom rules. Here are some ideas for how to do…
I was almost ten hours into Dying Light before I got my hands on a gun. It was an assault rifle, and I had to kill a man for it. Doing so wasn't pretty, nor was it easy.