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Dying Light: The Following's turning out bigger than expected, so the price is going up

Dying Light's big DLC expansion is getting more expensive, but you can still grab the all-inclusive Season Pass ahead of time at the original price. Developer Techland sent out a letter to players as a simultaneous heads-up of and justification for The Following's slightly steeper price tag.

Dying Light: The Following was originally going to be sold on its own for $15, or as part of the $20 / £15.99 Season Pass. Techland says the expansion, which takes place in a vast wilderness full of new missions and zombie-proofed buggies, has grown into a bigger product than it initially planned. Rather than convert it into a standalone expansion and keep fans waiting, Techland decided to just bump the price up accordingly.

After December 8, the Season Pass will start selling for $30/£23.99, but you can pick it up for the original price before then (or if you already bought it, you're set). The Following will now cost $19.99 / £15.99 on its own when it comes out in the first quarter of 2016.

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Connor Sheridan
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