Techland continues to be awesome to original Dying Light fans (they should after over 20 million in units sold) with the latest updates to the game. Once again sticking to their mandate of continuing to provide postlaunch content for the game, not only does patch 1.49 deliver a wealth of new content for the original game, those who still haven’t upgraded to the Enhanced Edition will now be able to do so for free!
That’s right, from now on, every player that owns the Standard Edition of Dying Light will see their game automatically upgraded to the Enhanced Edition. Anyone who owns the base Dying Light game will now get the following Enhanced Edition bonuses:
- The Following expansion (including a new story, new map, and vehicle)
- The Bozak Horde
- Crash Test Skin Pack
- Ultimate Survivor Bundle
- Cuisine & Cargo
As for the 1.49 update, it includes a new quest from Tolga and Fatin, the eccentric engineer twins. To get the twins’ blueprint, join the Tolga and Fatin Event and kill 7 different types of enemies the specified number of times, adding those defeated monsters to the global bounty of 10 million infected slain by all players.
The Hellraid DLC also gets a final update, bringing a number of tweaks and improvements, including Deathbringer—the one and only firearm available in Hellraid—alongside a reworked armory and new Crystal consumables that offer unique buffs.
Lastly, Dying Light gets an update to its Be the Zombie PvP mode, based on feedback by players in the community. You can check out the full list of fixes coming to Be the Zombie mode here.
We’re still not done! Techland has unleashed the new Dieselpunk DLC, which gives you a Gut Render chainsaw with a bleeding effect, a new outfit, two more brutal weapons in the Greaser SMG and Flesh Ripper sword, and a new skin for the buggy.
Dying Light is available for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series.