First Dying Light: The Following Expansion Pack Details and Images


Following last week’s teaser reveal, Techland has formally announced Dying Light: The Following, a new expansion to the open world parkour zombie survival game released at the beginning of the year.

First and foremost, The Following will be covered under the Season Pass, so if you already bought a pass you won’t need to pay a single extra cent to play this DLC when it becomes available. It will be sold separately for non-Season Pass owners.

While a full reveal is still to come, Techland has confirmed that The Following, described as a “feature-heavy, story-based expansion pack,” will introduce an entirely new map and yes, drivable dirt buggies for plowing through zombies and enjoying some cooperative drive-and-shoot fun.


Techland producer Tymon Smektala had this to say about the DLC project:

“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.”


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