George Washington grew hemp, and soon so can you, in a digital Colombia!
If video game years work like dog years, Dying Light is now old enough to legally buy alcohol. This seems like a great reason to celebrate!
The second of ten content drops for Dying Light arrives and changes the stealth aspect of the zombie action title.
Players will create alliances as they harvest the blood of zombies in this new standalone expansion, but may have to shatter those alliances to survive in the end.
The community has played a big part in the change of direction, and the first piece of free content has already dropped as a thank you.
Just in case diplomacy or stealth don't work and you need to spill a little blood.
What better way to show off the consequences of choice in the game than with a quest you can play.
It looks like The Witcher 3's successors may get even more wonderful.
See what the 'elite warriors of the Ninth World' have to offer.
Who will come out as the real predator? Survivors or Night Hunters? It's up the community to decide.
The release date will still be sometime in Q1 of 2017.
Techland has announced Techland Publishing will proceed to publish two major multiplatform games and four digital games per year.
One is an open-world title with RPG elements.
Now if only Techland could actually work on the game, that'd be swell.
Techland is not ready to walk away from Dying Light yet, with the developer feeling heartened by the positive reception for The Following.
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Earn some free weapons with these 42 docket codes in Dying Light's new expansion, The Following.
Dying Light: The Following is increasing the size of Techland's zombie world significantly. Here's a trailer to give an idea of just how much bigger things are getting.