Seven years later, Techland will be closed with support from Dying Light. Although the in-game events are rolled back and forth, the content no longer arrives – with the exception of the Final Farewell Edition.
Techland finally brought Dying Light 2: Stay Human under its roof this year, but it hasn’t given up on its predecessor, even though it was just seven years old. In 2020, for example, the Hellraid add-on received, but last month, for example, the developers came up with a punk diesel fuel package. But all good things end once and for all: Tomorrow’s support for Dying Light ends with new content.
The farewell will come in the form of Dying Light: Definitive Edition, which will be available on most platforms tomorrow – the keys just have to wait a little longer, not knowing how long. This version includes 26 DLC in addition to the base game, and players can get the Harran Tactical Unit bundle for free in the first two weeks after its release. Techland also ensures that in-game events pop up over and over again from time to time.
In addition, anyone with the platinum version has nothing to do with it because they get the final version as a free upgrade.
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