Dying Light ‘The Following’ expansion announced

Featuring drivable, all-terrain dirt buggies.

Dying Light

Techland has announced “The Following,” a “feature-heavy, story-based” expansion pack coming to Dying Light the studio first teased last week.

Dying Light: The Following will feature drivable, all-terrain dirt buggies, as well as a new map “the same size as all the previous maps from Dying Light combined.”

“For Dying Light: The Following we’re adding a number of bold game-changers to create one massive expansion,” producer Tymon Smektala said in a press release. “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.”

The expansion will be available for purchase separately, but will also be made free to all Season Pass holders. It will be showcased behind closed doors at Gamescom next week, with a full public reveal following shortly after.

View the first screenshots and artwork of The Following at the gallery.

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