Dying Light’s The Following expansion is set to launch on February the 9th on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, today developers, Techland released yet another trailer for the expansion with the focus centred on weaponizing and customising vehicles in-game. At just over a minute and a half long, the video showcases the various things players will be able to do to each vehicle, to make it their own. From the brute power of the buggy’s engine to humorous bobbleheads and colourful spray jobs, Dying Lights The Following expansion will allow players for the first time since the game launched back in January 2015 to experience the horrors from behind the steering wheel.
Each vehicle will have three different options including customise, modify and upgrade which are all available to tweak the buggy’s to their finest while making sure you look the part out in the terrifying world. Of course, this wouldn’t be Dying Light without weapons and the vehicles are no exception. The Following comes with some exciting weapons for the vehicles ranging from the Electric Cage, which when activated uses electrical discharge to knock enemies back to a Flamethrower and Ramming Bar, all, of course, can be upgraded as well as the player’s driving skills.
In December 2015, we caught up with Dying Light producer Tymon Smektala to find out more about Dying Light’s latest expansion The Following.
Dying Light’s The Following expansion launches February the 9th on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Colin is a PC/Xbox gamer to whom gameplay outweighs graphics by a country mile. Colin is rather fond of pixel art games such as Pixel Piracy, to games such as Prison Architect, Rimworld and Project Zomboid. Space games such as X3 and Starpoint Gemini. Games with any mention of a “Reaper” or responsive Devs get double XP.