Techland has announced that Dying Light: Definitive Edition is out on June 9 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. There will also be a Nintendo Switch release at a later date.
Dying Light: Definitive Edition includes all 7 years of content that has been released for the game, encompassing 26 DLCs (including skin bundles and expansion packs). Alongside the Definitive Edition, Dying Light is also getting a free DLC—the Harran Tactical Unit Bundle—which will be available for only 2 weeks following the release of Dying Light: Definitive Edition.
Those who already own the Platinum Edition of Dying Light will get the Definitive Edition as an automatic free update, adding 5 new bundles to the Platinum Edition. Others will be able to pick it up at a 70% discount.
Dying Light has enjoyed 7 years of support from Techland, with a series of smaller DLC releases, as well as expansions adding new content to the game. Recently, Techland also upgraded all owners of the base version of the game to its Enhanced Edition for free.
In our review of Dying Light from back in 2015, we gave the base game a score of 7 out of 10 thanks to its great visuals, fun open world, and good co-op content. For more details check out our review of the original Dying Light.
More recently, Techland released Dying Light 2 earlier this year. In our review, we gave Dying Light 2 a score of 7 out of 10. For more details, read our full review.
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