Dying Light Enhanced Edition Goes Gold, New Trailer Released
The PS4, Xbox One, and PC game is nearly ready.
Dying Light Enhanced Edition, the new version of the 2015 zombie action game from Dead Island developer Techland, has gone gold, meaning development on the game is finished. Techland announced the news today, also releasing a new video for the game from its "Highlights" series. This video focuses specifically on Dying Light's new challenges, which are called "Bounties."
"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," lead game desiger Maciej Binkowski said in a statement.
"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," he added. "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."
Dying Light Enhanced Edition launches February 9 across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. As its name suggests, the Enhanced Edition comes with better graphics and enemy AI, among other things, including Bounties. Everyone who already owns Dying Light is also getting these enhancements free of charge.
Launching alongside the Dying Light Enhanced Edition on February 9 is Dying Light's The Following expansion. You can buy it by itself for $20 (Techland recently raised the price to reflect its scope) or through the $30 Dying Light DLC pass. It is also available as part of the Dying Light Enhanced Edition.
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