"This is an expansion that we'll continue to enjoy with our friends for dozens of hours."
"If you've got a thing for zombies, you should definitely give Dying Light a shot."
Developer Techland is hard at work on both Dying Light 2's development and its predecessor's DLC content.
Techland's zombie action game Dying Light is turning five and to celebrate, players can expect to see fan-favourite events returning.
We've not heard about Valve's zombie game in a while, but it turns out Techland's game is giving it new life.
Double XP event and in-game giveaways headed to the parkour-heavy Techland developed action game.
Polish source points to an E3 reveal.
As well as a new video.
New content available now for PC and consoles.
You can register for the Playtest now.
It's already started, and runs until November 1.
It's a mural you can find in-game.
This also marks Content Drop #0 arriving to consoles.
This is part of a year-long stream of content DLCs.
Strange New Things are producing some strange new things.
Supports both cross-play and cross-buy with PC.
A global Zombiefest will put survivors and night hunters against each other.