Dying Light The Following Community Event Sees 18.2 Million Zombies Run Over

Dying Light players got real busy with the killing recently.

Posted By | On 24th, Mar. 2016

Dying Light The Following

The first community event for Techland’s Dying Light: The Following has quite the turn-out. It challenged players to run over 5 million zombies using their dune buggies in the expansion and to achieve the same within 48 hours. To say that players achieved that is putting it lightly.

According to the developer, some 18.2 million zombies were roadkill during the event. Participating players who helped complete the challenge were rewarded with a gold paint job for their buggies along with a special weapon docket. A rare buggy skin has also been doled out as a reward to the number of undead murdered.

PS4 players contributed the most to kills with 47.2 percent players getting involved. 28 percent of kills belonged to Xbox One players while PC players contributed 24.8 percent to kills. The average number of kills per user was some 194 kills.

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