Dying Light: The Following Features Dirt Buggies in New Reveal Trailer

Traverse a new location with new missions and challenges.

Posted By | On 13th, Aug. 2015

Dying Light

After teasing its newest story expansion for Dying Light, Techland has officially revealed The Following and its features in a new trailer. As a story expansion to the base game, The Following will take place in a brand new location with a new tale for protagonist Kyle Crane. Check out the reveal trailer below.

The Following’s map is purported to be much bigger than all of the original maps. It will also have different mechanics, challenges and new features like vehicles. You’ll command different dirt buggies which can be customized, upgraded and feature its own skill tree.

Though it will be available for $14.99 separately, season pass holders will receive The Following for free. Not bad, considering the amount of content Dying Light has seen already throughout its launch. Stay tuned for more information on the release date for the expansion and let us know what you think of it in the comments below.


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