08NovemberDying Light: The Following - Everything You Need to KnowTime: Nov. 8, 2016 From: SCDKey
Ahead of release date, developer Techland provides an FAQ regarding The Following expansion, as well as its Enhanced Edition. One year since the zombiepocalypse survival-horror game Dying Light jump-scared onto the scene, its developer Techland has put the finishing touches on the bloodcurdling expansion, called Dying Light: The Following.
With Dying Light: The Following's release date now a little more than a week away, Techland has presented below a question-and-answer guide for fans, answering some of the most frequently asked enquiries regarding the expansion. Dying Light: The Following's release procedure is a little more elaborate than most. This expansion will outright replace last year's game across all digital storefronts, and gradually it will succeed the original at physical retail too.
Meanwhile, those who own the original can upgrade to the expansion by purchasing The Following as DLC. Along with this, there's a second-tier expansion available too, called Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition. To offer more insight on this, as well as answer questions about what the new expansion contains, below is a Dying Light: The Following FAQ guide, with all answers written by Techland.
Dying Light: The Following is a massive expansion to Dying Light, which introduces a host of new features, including a vast new map, drivable and customizable buggies, and a new mysterious storyline. A character level of around 18 or more is recommended when starting Dying Light: The Following. However, you can choose to play it at any point after completing the main game's prologue.
You will have to complete the prologue part of Dying Light before SCDKey.com can jump into Dying Light: The Following. However, story-wise, you will get the best experience if you know the full story of the original game. You will be able to transfer your character and progress from the main campaign to Dying Light: The Following and vice versa. You can then develop that character further in both the main game and the expansion. On top of the existing foes that players encountered in the original game, there are various new enemy types with new behaviors and attack patterns.