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  • Blog Post: You Can Start Modding Dying Light Today With New Developer Tools

    Back in February, Dying Light developer Techland put out a call for mod tool suggestions . The studio was in the process of developing tools that would support modding its latest game. Today, you can get to work. The tools are available for the PC version and can be downloaded from Steam. In the video... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Gets Zombie-Punting April Fools DLC Tomorrow

    Something has gone awry with the latest shipment of Antizin to Dying Light’s fictional city of Harran. Apparently, this batch has some strange side effects. For one day only, players will have enhanced strength. Oddly, that day is April 1. Here’s what you can expect when you load up the game... More
  • Blog Post: Techland Compares Dying Light Feats To Real-World Equivalents

    Techland says its zombie/parkour game Dying Light is on track to be the company's best-selling game yet. The studio, previously known for Dead Island and the Call of Juarez games, says that more than 3,200,000 people have played the game in the 45 days since its launch. Those players haven't... More
  • Blog Post: Driveable Vehicles, Hard Mode, And More Coming To Dying Light

    We had a ton of fun with Techland's spiritual successor to Dead Island, Dying Light, when it launched early last month ( read our review here ). Since then, the developers have been paying close attention to player feedback and are planning free content packs for future updates. A new Hard Mode difficulty... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 02/27/15

    Everyone at Game Informer has got something different on their list of games to play this weekend. Tim and Kyle are progressing through Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Ben Hanson still hasn't beaten Grim Fandango, and as for me, I'm making my own fun in The Sims 4. What are your gaming plans for the... More
  • Blog Post: Ultimate Parkour Fails Remind Us Mirror’s Edge And Dying Light Are Harder Than They Look

    Last generation, Mirror’s Edge and Assassin’s Creed introduced parkour, a form of stylish urban movement, to video gaming. This gave people who thought they could skate like Tony Hawk or ride like Dave Mirra a chance to hurt themselves all over again. Over the years, free running has become... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 02/20/2015

    This week the always entertaining Jeff Cork continues worrying about the destructive influence of his children, and seems unsure of the value of his current consoles; meanwhile, Ben Hanson has given up on playing Grim Fandango the right way, and a handful of people are picking up The Order, Dying Light... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light PC Update Restores Modding

    Dying Light developers Techland have restored the use of user-created mods for the PC version of the game after they were inadvertently blocked in an attempt to stop cheating in Be the Zombie mode. The new update not only restores mods, but also addresses other issues in the game. The update is free... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Free DLC, Including Hard Mode, On The Way

    Techland has announced that it’s working on some free DLC for its open world zombie title, Dying Light. The studio has heard that some of you aren’t quite terrified by the shambling undead or their nocturnal cousins. A new hard mode will be implemented into the game. This amped up difficulty... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Season Pass Outlined

    Dying Light developer Techland has announced dates and details for the game's three DLC additions and season pass. The season pass costs $19.99 (Cuisine & Cargo is available today for $5), and contains (text from Techland): Cuisine & Cargo (February 10th) – Available exclusively as... More
  • Blog Post: Techland Wants Your Suggestions For Dying Light Mod Tools

    Techland is in the process of developing mod tools for its recent release, Dying Light. While some intrepid gamers have already implemented some changes to the game, the developer wants to create a suite of tools that allow more creativity and ease of access. The developer says it will be cultivating... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 01/30/2015

    Dying Light is set to dominate the downtime of most of the editorial staff this weekend, Jeff Cork doesn't want his birthday-cake-infested progeny near his controllers, Matthew Kato and a pair of the new interns are busy channeling their inner 18-year-old girls in preparation for the first episode... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What's Your Favorite Zombie Game?

    Over the past several years, zombies have infiltrated the game industry in unavoidable fashion. From horror-based series like Resident Evil, to family friendly franchises like Plants vs. Zombies, the zombie phenomenon has reached many corners of the video game universe. With Techland's Dying Light... More
  • Blog Post: New Releases This Week: January 25 Through January 31

    The dead and the undead rule the release list this week. Whether you're into bashing zombies or solving puzzles as a skeleton, you're in luck. 2015 is finally getting underway. Dying Light from Techland and Warner Bros. is one of the first major releases of the year. The title saw delays (and... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Gets Free DLC Following Distribution Problems In Some Territories

    Dying Light’s release is becoming a bit fractured. Techland announced today that boxed copies will be delayed in some territories, though digital release is unaffected worldwide. According to the developer, there is no release date change for digital versions. Worldwide PC digital release is on... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Is Now A New-Gen Exclusive

    Techland announced via its Facebook page today that Dying Light will now be a new-gen and PC exclusive. The open-world game set during the zombie apocalypse was originally supposed to be on current- and last-gen consoles and is set to launch this coming January. Dying Light is still on track for that... More
  • Blog Post: Will The Zombie Apocalypse Begin On The Soccer Field? Techland Thinks So

    Since the inception of the zombie apocalypse genre there have been hundreds of origin stories created to set the events of these tales in motion. Thanks to Dying Light developer Techland and bookmaker Paddy Power, we have another new potential origin to add to the list: soccer players. As a part of a... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light Shambles To Retail On January 27

    Techland and Warner Bros. have announced the release date for their undead partnership. You’ll be able to free-run and slaughter zombies on January 27. The news comes by way of lead game designer Maciej Binkowski on Twitter. We had a chance to go hands-on with Dying Light at Gamescom to test out... More
  • Blog Post: Hopes Of Dying Light In 2014 Flicker Out As Title Is Delayed

    In late March, it was rumored that Dying Light was going to miss its 2014 release window. At that time, developer Techland denied to us that the game would be late. Despite that, the title won’t be making it before the new year. A press release from the developer states that the game will now be... More
  • Blog Post: Techland's Dying Light Runs, Jumps, And Climbs Through VGX

    Techland brought a new build of Techland to the VGX stream tonight, showing off the game running at 1080p on PlayStation 4. The demo takes place at time, with the undead moving slower in order to show off combat and mobility. The video shows off in-the-moment x-rays that demonstrate where you've... More
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