Techland does Halloween differently with Dying Light video
Dying Light started off 2015 the right way with a zombie-killing experience gamers only wished Dead Island could have been. An excessive amount of blood, guts, weapons, and oh-crap-it's-right-behind-me scares that kept your heart racing made Dying Light a game that the consumer loved. With high scores across the board and over 5 million units sold within it's first six months, Dying Light started to see additional content that continued to keep the game fresh and exciting. Even now, almost a year later, it's the sort of game that's remained on our shelves and minds.
Video game developer Techland has always made sure to interact with their fans and often send out messages to the community on things they're working on. It's no surprise then that Techland has posted a Halloween greeting today that definitely has its own unique flare.
What starts as a haunting scene of a zombie with a pumpkin on his head shambling towards a small house soon turns into you spitting your drink onto your keyboard as the home turns out to be the site of a zombie Halloween party, complete with a zombie DJ.
What originally looks to be a frightful video quickly becomes something else entirely. Techland has announced that during the week of Halloween, Dying Light will be 50% discounted on Steam across the globe.
Community Manager Michal Napora also teases fans with a contest as a Halloween treat.
In the evening, fire up the game on Hard Mode, turn off all the lights in your room, put on some headphones and see how long you can survive at night without entering the safe zones. Then share your stories on our official social media channels with #GoodNightGoodFright. We’ll give away some cool digital goodies to the best entries next week.
It looks like it's time to jump back into the world of Dying Light this Halloween.