Dying Light has had a hell of a run. It was launched in early 2015 to respectable critiques, however it was Techland’s ongoing help of the sport, with a gentle stream of updates, new content material, and even a full-on fantasy spinoff, that basically made it stand out. However all good issues come to an finish, because the saying goes, and Dying Gentle isn’t any exception: The final update is now stay on Steam.
The replace focuses largely on the darkish fantasy DLC Hellraid, together with gameplay and financial system tweaks, changes to problem, new tutorial screens, and a handful of bug fixes. Extra typically, there’s additionally a brand new chainsaw weapon sort, new weapon meshes and sound results, and a little bit of map and quest tuning.
Talking of chainsaws, there’s additionally a brand new Dying Gentle content material pack out right now referred to as the Dieselpunk Bundle, which incorporates the brand new Intestine Render chainsaw and the Flesh Ripper noticed blade. (Techland stated Flesh Ripper is for gamers who’d “relatively tune it down a bit of” however let’s be sincere, none of these items is delicate.) Additionally within the bundle are the Greaser SMG, Punk’d Beret outfit, and Rugged Roadmaster buggy pores and skin, which gives 50% decreased gasoline utilization. The Dieselpunk Bundle is $3/£2/€3 on Steam.
Lastly, all homeowners of Dying Gentle are being mechanically upgraded to the Enhanced Version of the sport, which incorporates The Following enlargement, Bozak Horde, Cuisine and Cargo, the Ultimate Survivor Bundle, and the Crash Test Skin Bundle. That is not a foul send-off in any respect, particularly for lapsed gamers in search of a cause to come back again.
Dying Gentle could lastly be completed, however Dying Gentle 2, which we liked even more than the unique, seems set to step into its place: Techland stated in January that it has plans for a minimum of five years of post-launch content and updates. A new game plus mode went stay final week.