Techland presents the first details of the expected expansion of Dying Light, talking about Dying Light: The Following. The studio announced it by a revelation trailer where you can see the new – compounds, refinery environment, natural – area, and some of the promised vehicle.

Dying Light: The Following – New 4K Screenshots and Gameplay Trailer


Dying Light: The Following tell a part of the story of the protagonist Kyle Crane, in what appears to be a prequel. Techland As mentioned above, the new location will have the same size as the maps of the original game, which offers a complete experience.

Although no release date has been revealed, but it is already confirmed that, for those without a Season Pass, you will have to pay $ 15.

In other news, but related to the franchise, producer Tymon Smektala, in an interview with site said about the possibility of the complete acclaimed game, questioning the technical capabilities of the current consoles to achieve the vision.

Dying Light 2 is not announced, and certainly take long for us to hear news about it, but Techland studio already has ideas they would like to capture in the new release.

“Of course we’re still talking about it [Dying Light 2], but the reason for that is that it’s too soon,” said Smektala. “We have many very ambitious ideas, so we must first make sure if these ideas are feasible even with the technology that the current consoles provide.”

“We must also ensure that our concepts are as good as we think they are, so we need to make prototypes. So there’s nothing to talk about, and secondly, there are many things going on in the studio we have to test, prototype and experiment with things. But I think right now we have a very clear idea of ​​what we can do with the IP and the universe of Dying Light, so expect good things from us. “

Dying Light was released this year for next generation consoles and PC, with a good reception from the public and the press. In both consoles, it reached 1080p resolution, at 30 frames per second, but in that of Microsoft holds a dynamic performance tuning resolution. It is very difficult, if Techland is looking again to reach a high technical standards, for Dying Light 2 in this generation.



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