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Dying Light's free 'Content Drop #1' update is here with new weapons

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Need more ways to kill the infected? Dying Light's [Steam] free 'Content Drop #1' is now available with brand new weapons and more.

There's three new weapons and each of them need you to complete a bounty to get them.

Here's the lowdown on each of them:

New Axe – Fenris

Bounty: Bloodlust


Fenris gains bonus damage for the next swing whenever it cuts off an opponent’s limb, which makes it perfect for fighting a stronger enemy accompanied by a group of weaker ones. Just cut off a weaker enemy’s leg and gain additional power to attack the tough guy.

New Knife – Kuai Dagger

Bounty: Rise of the Phoenix


A very light knife made of jade. It fits the hand so well and weights so little that it allows the runner to reach their maximum speed. Simply string parkour moves together to get an incremental speed boost.

New Revolver – Last Wish

Bounty: Ace in the Hole


What makes the Last Wish special is her final shot mechanic. Land consecutive headshots to increase the firepower of your bullets. Score five headshots in a row for a massive 6th shot.

I absolutely love the game, even though the ending to the first part (without the expansion) was a stupid QTE, the overall gameplay is more than worth it.

Techland are updating the game with 10 new free content updates over a 12 month period. On top of that, you can claim a free special weapon through their new store.

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Tags: Action, Steam, Zombies
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8 comments

Feist 16 Oct, 2017
1GB download for a bunch of free weapons, in a game that already has a gazillion of weapons...

Hmm, I love "Dying Light" but I certainly hope that the rest of these downloads has something more worthwhile, like new story content or some kind of random mission generator or something similar to really sink your teeth into.
oldgaro 16 Oct, 2017
Absolutely superb game but 8.2GB of updating? must be a heck of update, otherwise...fck!

500h on STEAM and counting


Last edited by oldgaro on 16 October 2017 at 2:23 pm UTC
Psycic101 16 Oct, 2017
Quoting: oldgaroAbsolutely superb game but 8.2GB of updating? must be a heck of update, otherwise...fck!

500h on STEAM and counting

The download was only 1GB for me.
ysblokje 16 Oct, 2017
Fantastic, nice to see they are still growing the game. Now if the game would actually run on something else than ubuntu 16.04, I might actually enjoy it....
FYI Archlinux + Mesa is a no-go with this one :(
shotm7 16 Oct, 2017
Am I the only one to have 30 fps with my amd r9 fury x? (Ubuntu 16.04,amdgpu-pro drivers becuz mesa didnt install OpenGl 4)
Comandante Ñoñardo 16 Oct, 2017
I thought Dying Light was an abandonware.
ysblokje 16 Oct, 2017
Quoting: Guest
Quoting: ysblokjeFantastic, nice to see they are still growing the game. Now if the game would actually run on something else than ubuntu 16.04, I might actually enjoy it....
FYI Archlinux + Mesa is a no-go with this one :(

I use arch and nvidia and I can run it. I read somewhere that DL now runs on mesa too but don't know where.

Yeah it runs fine on a NVidia sporting arch install. It's only with mesa it won't run. I've been trying to track down the issue, but without the sourcecode it's more akin to an unwanted S&M session.
croberts_81 17 Oct, 2017
Quoting: GuestI tried to run it with mesa-git on my AMD RX 480, but it doesn't work.
Here Ubuntu with Mesa-Git ppa Oibaf, but PPA Padoka too has good performance. don't forget to use MESA_GL_.......=4.4 etc
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