Dying Light: Definitive Edition includes ALL 26 DLCs

Tech Land is celebrating the end of an era of Dying Light with a definitive edition that comes with all the fixins.

The developer is ending active development and support on Dying Light seven years after it first launched, and four months after its sequel launched.

Dying Light: Definitive Edition will launch tomorrow and include 26 DLC packs including skin bundles and expansions. It will be available digitally on all platforms for 70% off and current Platinum Edition owners will be upgraded to the Definitive Edition for free.

Nintendo Switch versions of the game will release at an unannounced later date.

“That’s not all! We couldn’t be happier with the awesome community that fully embraced their experience in the city of Harran and kept motivating us to aim ever higher. To thank you for allowing us to spend all these great years with Dying Light, we would like to present everyone with a free DLC – Harran Tactical Unit Bundle for a limited time—2 weeks after the Definitive Edition’s premiere. This offer will be available on Steam, the Epic Games Store, GOG, the PlayStation Store, and the Microsoft Store on Xbox,” developers said in a press release.

Tech Land also released a letter to fans to mark the birthday:

This release marks an important moment in the history of Dying Light. On the one hand, it’s a nod to 7 years of immense love and support for this game; on the other, it’s the grand finale of our adventures in Harran. But let’s see what the future brings. And don’t worry—we will keep a steady reroll of previous events for you to enjoy.

Once again, we couldn’t be happier with the awe-inspiring memories this game has brought us, primarily because of our wonderful community. And yet, we also feel it’s the perfect time to move on and shift our focus towards brand-new adventures in the city of Villedor.

Yours truly,


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