Dying Light: Platinum Edition has not only popped up on the Microsoft Store, but it's available to purchase now with a hefty saving. At 75% off until June 4, the definitive edition comes packed with everything the game has to offer.
While there's no sign of a next-gen upgrade, the Platinum Edition comes with the base game, along with all four DLCs and seventeen skin bundles to deck yourself out with. It's a ton of content, and that's not even including the range of free add-ons that have been included over the years.
Now you can enjoy Dying Light to the fullest with the richest version of the acclaimed open world zombie survival game. Containing four DLCs and seventeen skin bundles, Dying Light: Platinum Edition brings together everything you need to explore all the post-apocalyptic world has to offer. Drive across Harran, as you spread carnage in your buggy, face and survive Bozak’s trials, explore new quarantine zones, and enjoy plenty of new skins and weapons!
The Platinum Edition comes ahead of the Dying Light 2 stream later today, which is expected to bring a release date that has seemingly already made its way out already. Either way, it will be great to (hopefully!) see the game in action after years of development and delays.
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I have the base game on PS4 that I've never got around to. Did this get a 60 fps boost for Series X? If so I'd be really tempted to pick this one up.
Yes, Dying Light got a 60hz FPS Boost only on Series X (no Series S) and it's on by default.
For a 6 year old game with no next gen or even One X update, the 'discounted' price of £23.74 for all content seems about right. But £95 full price?! Not quite sure what they're thinking.
@Spaceman-Spiff Exactly my thoughts. It's $100 in US, which is too much for a game from previous gen...
I wanted to buy it.. but then I found out this game has still a low resolution. Techland has a live stream tonight for Dying Light 2.. let’s hope they drop a free Next Gen update after that.
@Spaceman-Spiff It's what I call the FOMO edition, get it at the realistic price of £23.74 before it quadruples. I'm sure it will drum up some sales too. It is a good game though.
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