“Dying Light Enhanced Edition” has been under development after earning star points for its original version from the fans. Alongside its launch in early 2016 releases the expansion “Dying Light The Following” of the original game.
With a whole lot combination of amazing combat, graphics, co-operative multiplayer, navigation, and the day-night cycle, Dying Light has been in the highlights of survival horror genre and one of the best games of 2015. Considering all the appreciations and applauses it earned from the audience, the 2015 zombie action game from Dead Island developer Techland announced to launch its new version “Dying Light Enhanced Edition” on February 9th, 2016.
Since the Techland announced the development on the game has been completed, Dying Light: The Following- Enhanced Edition has gone gold also releasing a new launch trailer for the new version from its “Highlights” series.
This video showcases specifically on Dying Light’s new challenges, which are called “Bounties.”
Lead game designer Maciej Binkowski said in a statement, “Now that the Enhanced Edition has gone gold, we can focus on telling our fans everything they want to know about the enhancements we’ve made”.
Further adding, he states, “Basically, these are unique objectives that change every day. So even if you did all the quests, challenges, you always have a reason to jump in, preferably with some friends”.
“Bounties are a great way to bump up your XP, especially for the new Legend Levels which players will unlock once they max out one the base skill trees.”
As the name suggests, the Enhanced Edition promises to come with better, enhanced graphics and enemy AI including Bounties. For the players who already own Dying Light also get these enhancements free of charge after the launch of its new version.
Since Dying Light Enhanced Edition is due for release on February 9 across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, fans also await for the “Dying Light The Following” expansion set for the release on February 6th, 2016. Now you can also review its reveal trailer here and buy the expansion for $20 (Techland recently raised the price to reflect its scope) or through the $30 Dying Light DLC pass and is also available as part of the Dying Light Enhanced Edition.
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