Techland Releases Deliciously Retro Poster for Upcoming DYING LIGHT - HELLRAID Expansion
Dying Light 2 probably won't be released this year as originally planned, but fans of its universe should be more than happy to hear that the long-awaited Hellraid expansion to the first game arrives this Thursday.
That's right, Techland's troubled role-playing game set in a demon-infested world has transformed into a major Dying Light DLC that is coming to PC on August 13 and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 14.
Although Dying Light: Hellraid has not even launched yet, the developer has already announced that the DLC will receive several free updates, with the first one — Lord Hector's Demise — releasing this September.
For those unfamiliar with the fast-approaching content drop, Dying Light: Hellraid is a Legend of Grimrock–esque experience that allows players to slay truly deadly enemies — on their own or in co-op — with medieval swords, axes, and even hammers. The all-new expansion is currently priced at $9,99 on Steam.
To celebrate the DLC's imminent debut, Techland has shared a neat Dying Light: Hellraid poster. Take a look:
From the creators of hit titles Dead Island and Call of Juarez. Winner of over 50 industry awards and nominations. The game whose uncompromising approach to gameplay set new standards for first-person zombie games. Survive in a city beset by a zombie virus! Discover the hard choice you will have to make on your secret mission. Will loyalty to your superiors prove stronger than the will to save the survivors? The choice is yours…
Dying Light is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam and GOG).
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