Dying Light: The Following Crack/Patch

Dying Light: The Following A massive story-based expansion that brings mysterious characters, deadly new weapons, unexpected quests, and fully customizable and drivable dirt buggies.

Download Dying Light: The Following Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1994
Genre Action Adventure, Survival
Company / Developer
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment / Techland

Dying Light: The Following reviews ( 7 )

anarky321, Feb 18, 2016

even more fun than the original game....keep up the good work devs i can't really think of any zombie game id rather be playing than this....great graphics, gameplay, vehicles, melee, decapitations, roof-hopping..... if only there was base-building

killuer991, Jul 2, 2016

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kafkanian, Feb 15, 2016

This expansion is actually better than the main game itself. Pros: - Great amount of content; - Fun missions; - The buggy; - New skill trees and weapons; - Vast and beautiful map; - Intriguing ending Cons: - Checkpoint system still sucks; - Dumb AI makes it easy to kill bosses; - Some pop-ups while driving.

Amigian, Feb 10, 2016

Chances are if you enjoyed Dying Light, you will be perfectly satisfied with The Following. However, I still feel the finer points of realising a truly successful open-world game have not been addressed and if you want further detail just read my Dying Light review here on Metacritic, as I feel the same criticisms largely still apply. The Following presents a fair chunk of real estate for you to explore, and you may think those crazy Poles must have worked their a$$es off on it, but in actuality there is a sneaking suspicion of some cut and paste recycling from the Call of Juarez series. It is an interesting point I feel, that the new mode of transportation presented with the Buggie is actually another remnant of Techland's lineage of FPS as Buggies featured in their first shooter from 2003, funnily enough called 'Chrome', however the implementation here brings to mind more influence from Rage than anything else. With the video game industry in its current state of drought, The Following shines brightly enough in the vast fields of rough to warrant your investigation

F13Bubba, Feb 14, 2016

I loved Dying Light: the mixture of Zombies and Parkour was a blast. However, with the parkour element effectively diminished, you lose half of what made the game great. The buggy is alright, but spending hours driving around the admittedly large map gets dull. The combat has also been nerfed, so if you've worked hard to max out your levels, and enjoy cutting off some walker heads in one swift blow, you'll be disappointed to find even max level weapons can take 3-4 hits to take foes down. All in all, it's a decent way to waste some time, but without the fun and thrills provided by the vanilla experience.

Mandulum, Mar 13, 2018

Five Word Review: Too much driving, open spaces. Favorite Thing: More Dying Light is always a good thing. Least Favorite Thing: Driving gets repetitive fast. I got really tired of driving from Point A to Point B. Date Completed: 2018-03-10 Playtime: 13h Enjoyment: 5/10 Recommendation: No. While the base game is phenomenal, this expansion forgot what made it great.

MikefromAngus, Jul 6, 2016

I really liked the Dying light game. So I had to buy the expansion pack when it came out! I was hugely disappointed! What makes his experience bad, is what the developers added. Its the ability to drive a car in the game world. At first this is a lot of fun, but after 2 to 3 hours of gameplay, it becomes a chore. You have to drive from one side of the map to the other, this makes it very uninteresting. it got so bad, that I lost complete interest in the game after 7 hours of gameplay.