Dying Light: The Following trailer gives a peek at the horizons ahead

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.


Dying Light is promising a vast new playground for The Following, its upcoming expansion. Techland released a new trailer today, revealing just how big the developer is thinking and it looks to be bigger than anticipated.

The trailer below highlights numerous new locales for players to play around in. That includes the vertical industrial Granary, the pitch-black spooky Old Graveyard, the abandoned vehicle paradise Race Track, the lookout point Lighthouse, the mysterious Hermit's Cabin, and the hauntingly frightful Ghost Town.

Techland is promising that all of this content is twice the size of the original Dying Light, so there looks to be plenty to explore. Anyone that needs an idea of just how big can find the interactive map here. Dying Light players will get a chance to dive in when The Following releases on February 9.

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