Wednesday, June 08, 2022
Techland has announced that Dying Light: Definitive Edition will be launching tomorrow, bringing together every one of the updates and DLCs released for the game over the last seven years, including last month's Dieselpunk Pack. This latest release of Dying Light caps off ongoing support since the game released in 2015.
In the Dying Light: Definitive Edition you'll find the base game and all 26 DLCs, including the substantial ‘The Following’ expansion, the Hellraid add-on, and a brand-new Harran Tactical Unit Bundle, free to all players for two weeks following the launch of the Definitive Edition.
“This release marks an important moment in the history of Dying Light,” the developer writes in a press release. “On the one hand, it’s a showcase of 7 years of immense love and support for this game; on the other, it’s the grand finale of our adventures in Harran. But then again… let’s see what the future brings. And don’t worry - we will keep a steady reroll of previous events for you to enjoy.”
Dying Light: Definitive Edition launches for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on 9th June, available with a limited-time launch discount of 70% off. Owners of Dying Light: Platinum Edition will also be automatically upgraded to the Definitive Edition for free, adding five new bundles at no additional cost. In the meantime, Techland will be shifting its focus to “new adventures” in Dying Light 2's city of Villedor.