Techland is parodying Destiny's upcoming DLC that requires a Red Bull purchase with Dying Light's Drink for DLC Campaign.
Everyone is gearing up for April Fool's Day, and Techland is no expection — you will be able to punch zombies out of this world in Dying Light.
The numbers have been crunched and Sony has announced which games have made PlayStation consoles the most money in February.
Dying Light, the free-running, open-world zombie-kicking simulator, just got a massive overhaul with the addition of a new Hard Mode.
Techland is wasting no time getting content drops out for its zombie survival game, Dying Light, with its second DLC pack coming out this month.
We've been fighting for survival in Dying Light for a short while now, but the developers already have plans to make our task even harder with new DLC.
The Middle-Eastern city of Harran has been overrun by the walking, running, screaming, exploding dead. It's up to you to employ the mightiest parkour skills the world has ever seen if you want to help turn the apocalypse around in Dying Light.
You can run around like Ezio Auditore in all of Dying Light's parkour glory, but the zombies you face here have some moves of their own.
Techland's upcoming zombie survival game, Dying Light, faces some distribution issues overseas, so it's getting some free DLC to make amends.
The founder of the ninja-like, freerunning movements of parkour, David Belle, is working with Techland to make Dying Light as acrobatic as possible.