Are you one of the 500,000 people still playing Dying Light every week?
Through delightfully wild events - "collectively blow up, burn and electrify 2 million zombies using beefed up buggies with enhanced Electric Cage, Mines and Flamethrower" - and new content, Polish developer Techland has kept the Dying Light community very healthy.
Techland's explanation for its continued support of Dying Light is related to the sizable amount of players that continue to enjoy the survival-horror title well after its release back in 2015.
Smektala stressed that players are encouraged to keep leaving feedback and telling the team what they would like to see in the game. Techland also gets brownie points for knowing how to acknowledge and treat their fans with the goods.
Parkour-and-zombie-slaughterer Dying Light has been out for well over two years now, yet fan enthusiasm continues unabated.
On a side note, with the success of Dying Light being as it is, might this suggest that a sequel is in the cards now?
All of the DLC will be available for free across all platforms, and the first expected piece of DLC will feature a new enemy type to give a taster of the content coming in the near future.