Techland has revealed the release date of the expansion pack The Following: January 9th. On the same date, Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition will be available both at retail and via digital stores. This edition contains all the DLCs and many new enhancements such as a Nightmare difficulty, new parkour moves, better facial expressions, improved AI and more. All these improvements will be free for the owners of the original game. Get the full details and trailer inside.
Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition Announced | Available Worldwide from February 9th, 2016
December 5th, 2015 – Wroclaw, Poland/ Techland has announced that Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC on February 9th, 2016. This definitive zombie experience will include an enhanced version of the original game, the expansion pack Dying Light: The Following, The Bozak Horde mode, the Be the Zombie mode, the Cuisine & Cargo challenge missions, the Ultimate Survivor Bundle, and all the content updates released to date – all that at the price of $59.99.
“We didn’t want to follow a beaten track and just re-release our game in a new wrapping with the current DLC added on," explains Maciej Binkowski, lead game designer. “That’s why for the last half year we’ve been working on a ton of enhancements that we’re now going to make available to everyone. We’re adding bonus post-game content, a Nightmare difficulty level, nearly 100 new animations, new NPC models, advanced AI behaviors, and more. One year after the original release, Dying Light will be even bigger.”
Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition which Techland see as more than the industry standard GOTY edition will be available from digital stores and at retail. All current Dying Light players will be able to download the game enhancements to the original game for free – the full list of changes is available at the official website here.
The Expansion Dying Light: The Following will be available on the same date as downloadable content, as part of the Season Pass, and as part of the Enhanced Edition. To better present all buying options to players, Techland has prepared the attached infographics.
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