Dying Light: Definitive Edition will 7 years of active support

On Thursday, June 9th, 2022, Techland will cease active development on the original Dying Light. This will end seven years of support.

To mark this occasion, the Polish development studio will release Dying Light: Definitive Edition onto all platforms, apart from the Nintendo Switch. That device will receive it at a later date, and will be the only one to get both physical and digital versions, as opposed to just the digital option.

The Definitive Edition consists of the base game and all 26 DLCs (including skin bundles and expansion packs). It’s the best way to experience the amount of content and love we have poured into this game over 7 long years.

That’s not all! We couldn’t be happier with the awesome community that fully embraced their experience in the city of Harran and kept motivating us to aim ever higher. To thank you for allowing us to spend all these great years with Dying Light, we would like to present everyone with a free DLC – Harran Tactical Unit Bundle for a limited time—2 weeks after the Definitive Edition’s premiere. This offer will be available on Steam, the Epic Games Store, GOG, the PlayStation Store, and the Microsoft Store on Xbox.

Those with interest will be able to purchase Dying Light: Definitive Edition tomorrow, at a discounted, 70% off, price. That offer obviously won’t last, so act quickly if interested. Meanwhile, anyone who already owns the Platinum Edition of the game will receive a free upgrade.