Dying Light – Lunar Event Trailer - Developer Techland – Publisher WBIE – Directors Pawel Marchewka & Adrian Ciszewski – Producer Tymon Smektala – Designer Maciej Binkowski – Michael Nowak – Artist Pawel Selinger – Chrome Engine 6

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The Dying Light community can also get involved in celebrating Chinese New Year globally with the in-game L...
The Dying Light community can also get involved in celebrating Chinese New Year globally with the in-game Lunar Event which offers a new weapon - Gold Dao Sword and King Mods - to help rid the environment of zombies. In addition players will receive for free the Ox Warrior Bundle, which includes an Ox Cannon Weapon and Ox Warrior Character Skin. Dying Light is a 2015 survival horror video game developed by Techland and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game's story follows an undercover agent named Kyle Crane who is sent to infiltrate a quarantine zone in a Middle-eastern city called Harran. It features an enemy-infested, open-world city with a dynamic day-night cycle, in Which zombies are slow and clumsy during daytime but become extremely aggressive at night. The gameplay is focused on weapons-based combat and parkour, allowing players to either fight or fight when presented with dangers. The game also features an asymmetrical multiplayer mode (originally set to be a pre-order bonus), and a four-player co-operative multiplayer mode. The development of the game began in early 2012, after the team completed the development of Dead Island. The game's parkour system puts emphasis on natural movement. To implement that, Techland had to abandon most of the story elements and construct them again from scratch. To create a story that would suit the taste of the American audience, the writing team collaborated with Dan Jolley. The story was inspired by both Heart of Darkness and The Plague. Announced in May 2013, it was released in January 2015 for Microsoft Windows, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game was once planned to be released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but these versions were cancelled due to hardware limitations. At release, Dying Light received positive reviews from critics, with praise mainly directed at the combat.