It would be another reissue of the first Dying Light, with its expansions and cosmetic packs.
“Microsoft Store” and “leaks” They are two terms that usually go hand in hand, and, this time, the Redmond digital store has leaked something related to Dying Light. But don’t get too excited: we’re talking about the first game, not its sequel. Because Microsoft has leaked the possible launch of Dying Light: Platinum Edition, a reissue of the open world zombie adventure with all the game’s DLC and expansions, which would be Available this week: May 27.
According your store listing, Dying Light: Platinum Edition would include “4 DLC and 17 skin packs, bringing together everything you need to explore all that this post-apocalyptic world has to offer. “Of course, that includes the expansion ‘The Following‘, which extends the adventure with its most open map to date, and an ending that will connect with the events of Dying Light 2. Now, the most savvy fans will have noticed that this edition seems somewhat redundant.
Not in vain, Techland released a Dying Light: Anniversary Edition last year which also included the game with its DLC. Since this Platinum Edition is promoted in the store as a new version, some fans speculate that it is a possible next generation version of the game, a reissue that offers improvements on Xbox Series and PlayStation 5. Although others point out that perhaps is simply an extension of the “Anniversary” edition with all the cosmetic packs.
Of course, Techland has not confirmed anything yet about it, so treat this Dying Light: Platinum Edition as a rumor for now. And, with the official account of the saga anticipating an announcement in a little while, it doesn’t seem like we have to wait long to find out. For the sequel part, we remind you that Dying Light 2 is scheduled for this year, and that Techland promises to offer a great experience on PS4 and Xbox One, as well as on the new consoles. As we look forward to adventure, in this article we review what made the first Dying Light so special.
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