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  1. Players can revisit Dying Light's fictional city-state of Harran in the upcoming story-based expansion, this time gaining access to the countryside that surrounds the zombie-infested city. Protagonist Kyle Crane also returns, this time tasked with infiltrating a deranged cult that has set up shop in the zombified outback and appears to have a mysterious connection to the outbreak. Players will need to befriend the locals, acquiring missions and tasks to help the beleaguered residents. There isn't an established route to infiltrating the cult, leaving players to decide how they want to approach the group. The biggest addition to the parkour-focused zombie action title is dune buggies, customizable and upgradable vehicles that can quickly navigate the new map, which is bigger than the all the core game's areas combined. The trailer was announced by developer Techland along with a statement from producer Tymon Smektala: No release date has been announced, though Techland has said that the expansion will be free for season pass holders and sell for $14.99 to those who haven't picked up the pass. Are you ready to dive back into the world of Dying Light? Are you happy to see Kyle Crane return?
  2. Players can revisit Dying Light's fictional city-state of Harran in the upcoming story-based expansion, this time gaining access to the countryside that surrounds the zombie-infested city. Protagonist Kyle Crane also returns, this time tasked with infiltrating a deranged cult that has set up shop in the zombified outback and appears to have a mysterious connection to the outbreak. Players will need to befriend the locals, acquiring missions and tasks to help the beleaguered residents. There isn't an established route to infiltrating the cult, leaving players to decide how they want to approach the group. The biggest addition to the parkour-focused zombie action title is dune buggies, customizable and upgradable vehicles that can quickly navigate the new map, which is bigger than the all the core game's areas combined. The trailer was announced by developer Techland along with a statement from producer Tymon Smektala: No release date has been announced, though Techland has said that the expansion will be free for season pass holders and sell for $14.99 to those who haven't picked up the pass. Are you ready to dive back into the world of Dying Light? Are you happy to see Kyle Crane return? View full article
  3. While more information is promised to be forthcoming when Gamescom gets underway next week, for now we know that Techland's Dying Light: The Following will be including driveable vehicles and will be standalone, meaning it can be bought separately from the core game. The Following will be free for all Season Pass holders when it releases. The game will be shown at Gamescom, but people will have to wait until shortly after the behind-closed-doors reveal to see it in action for themselves. The only glimpse of the expansion that players are able to have at the moment is in the two screenshots below and the several seconds teasing the expansion from the video Techland released last week commemorating their half-year of content support for Dying Light. Skip to 2:10 if you'd like to see the teaser. It seems like Techland is treating The Following almost more like a sequel than an expansion. For one thing, Tymon Smektala, the producer of The Following had this to say about the map size and player feedback, “For Dying Light: The Following we’re adding a number of bold game-changers to create one massive expansion. Something big that will give the game a brand-new flavor. The new map alone is the same size as all the previous maps from Dying Light combined, so there is a lot we’re packing in here. We also kept a close eye on player feedback to help tailor what we’ve created here. Hopefully people will see that this new expansion is first and foremost, for the fans.” Not only is the map larger than what was offered in the core Dying Light campaign, but I'm hopeful for a meatier story as well. In my review of the core game, the narrative was one of my primary points of contention. Techland has stated that it sees The Following as a story-driven expansion full of new features. Hopefully it can provide a more interesting narrative direction for the burgeoning franchise while letting its stellar mechanics shine. View full article
  4. While more information is promised to be forthcoming when Gamescom gets underway next week, for now we know that Techland's Dying Light: The Following will be including driveable vehicles and will be standalone, meaning it can be bought separately from the core game. The Following will be free for all Season Pass holders when it releases. The game will be shown at Gamescom, but people will have to wait until shortly after the behind-closed-doors reveal to see it in action for themselves. The only glimpse of the expansion that players are able to have at the moment is in the two screenshots below and the several seconds teasing the expansion from the video Techland released last week commemorating their half-year of content support for Dying Light. Skip to 2:10 if you'd like to see the teaser. It seems like Techland is treating The Following almost more like a sequel than an expansion. For one thing, Tymon Smektala, the producer of The Following had this to say about the map size and player feedback, “For Dying Light: The Following we’re adding a number of bold game-changers to create one massive expansion. Something big that will give the game a brand-new flavor. The new map alone is the same size as all the previous maps from Dying Light combined, so there is a lot we’re packing in here. We also kept a close eye on player feedback to help tailor what we’ve created here. Hopefully people will see that this new expansion is first and foremost, for the fans.” Not only is the map larger than what was offered in the core Dying Light campaign, but I'm hopeful for a meatier story as well. In my review of the core game, the narrative was one of my primary points of contention. Techland has stated that it sees The Following as a story-driven expansion full of new features. Hopefully it can provide a more interesting narrative direction for the burgeoning franchise while letting its stellar mechanics shine.
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