Dying Light: Platinum Edition Appears on Microsoft Store

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Techland is releasing an all-inclusive version of its popular 2015 parkour zombie-killing game, Dying Light. A sequel is in the works, so it makes sense that this complete edition is getting a release. It is only listed for Xbox One on the Microsoft Store, but a PC release could also happen. There is speculation that a next-gen upgrade could be in the works as well. The install size is listed at 5.4 GB. It will be available on May 27.

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!

Sources: Microsoft, KitGuru

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