I had assumed Dying Light: The Following (opens in new tab) would be a farewell buggy tour, giving first-person zombie slayers a massive new region, a mysterious story, and more weird Easter eggs to discover (opens in new tab) while the developers moved on to new projects. But Techland is far from finished with its first-person zombie parkour game, Techland CEO Pawel Marchewka revealed in an open letter to players.
"To make sure that every new or veteran player gets all the fun they deserve, we have decided to continue our support for Dying Light (opens in new tab) at least till the end of this year," Marchewka said. "We are already working on new unannounced content, so stay tuned for our future news."
Marchewka said the the positive reception for The Following encouraged the team to recommit to Dying Light for another year. The game originally came out back in January 2015, and it had already grown quite a bit through both free updates and paid DLC before the expansion came out last week.
Pledging to another year of support for Dying Light is an admirable commitment. The Following did add craftable paper plane explosives (opens in new tab), though, so I'm not sure how Techland could possibly hope to top that.
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