An Enhanced Edition of Dying Light, featuring the game’s upcoming expansion, The Following, will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next February, developer Techland announced.
Along with The Following, Dying Light’s Enhanced Edition will feature improved visuals, better enemy AI, new parkour moves, and all other content updates and DLC released for the game. All of the game’s new enhancements will also be available to player’s who do not choose to purchase the new version of the game.
“We didn’t want to follow a beaten track and just re-release our game in a new wrapping with the current DLC added on,” Maciej Binkowski, lead game designer, said in a statement (via Gamespot). “That’s why for the last half year we’ve been working on a ton of enhancements that we’re now going to make available to everyone. We’re adding bonus post-game content, a Nightmare difficulty level, nearly 100 new animations, new NPC models, advanced AI behaviors, and more.”
Dying Light Enhanced Edition is expected to release on February 9, 2016. It will cost $59.99.
Techland recently announced that it would be raising the price of Dying Light’s season pass from $15 to $20, and the standalone version of The Following from $20 to $30, citing the “increased scale” of the expansion as the reason.
Dying Light released on January 27, 2015 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can read Gaming Trend’s review, where we felt the game’s free running can be enjoyable, but is hindered by its nighttime sections and derivative story.
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