Here are a few of the attractions in Dying Light: The Following’s new region

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Dying Light has a lot of real estate to explore, but its expansion is going to dial things up twofold. The Following will have a playground that’s twice the size of the original, and as a result, there’s a lot more to see and do.

Keen to take a quick tour of the new region before The Following arrives on 9 February? Good, because Techland have provided a trailer that’s got a sneak peak of a few of the horrors, I mean locales that await (via VG247).

Size matters. The new region introduced in Dying Light: The Following is twice as big as the maps from the original game and features a range of diverse environments that allow for both driving and free-running. All the locations are full of little details that tell various apocalyptic stories if you look closely and the most inquisitive will surely discover dozens of rewarding secrets.

Who in their right mind would go to that Old Graveyard at night? It’s got a whole lot of NOPE written on it! The same goes for that cavern beneath the Hermit’s Cabin – going down there looks like doesn’t look the least bit safe. If anything, I’d head straight for the Lighthouse, and camp there for the rest of forever! Ain’t nothing gonna kill me when I’m that high up… hopefully.

Along with the above trailer, Techland have also released an interactive map that shows off other points of interest.

This is the map in which Dying Light: The Following takes place. The map contains just some of the location points you will see. We didn’t want to reveal all of the locations, secret areas, and other points of interest to you – it would spoil the fun when you actually play the game.

The Following Map

Seriously? The first point I click shows a thumbnail packed with limbs and gore. Yeah, let’s NOT go there!

Read  Dying Light is getting a standalone multiplayer expansion called Bad Blood

Anyhow, are you excited for The Following? Which part of the countryside will you be exploring first?

Last Updated: January 29, 2016

Matthew Figueira

Defence of the Ancients? More like Defence of the cabbages! Have you seen my head? I look like a Merino Sheep on pole. NO SHANGE only SHAPPIES! :D

  • Really wish SA got the PC retail copy, annoyed since I just can’t justify spending hundreds of rands on a digital copy , a hundred or two is fine by me but looking at where I can grab it on the slightly cheap is around R500+

    • In December it was R225 on steam

      • Yeah I kinda pass up on that and WWE(which I got yesterday) and also my biggest regret the Bioshock Infinite Season Pass
        Right now I can pick up the base game at R300 online but it kinda means I still need the season pass , but I’m guessing the enhanced edition sits an a decent price if they launch on steam
        Trying to save this year though because prices aren’t getting any cheaper sadly

  • How has the cabbage not reviewed ALL the horror games yet?

    • The Grand Admiral Chief Prime

      THIS is the important question

      • Geoff is dropping the ball here.I want to see Cabbage on twitch playing this, for the first time, at night, with the lights off… I will watch twitch then.

        • With Darryn donning his cowl and screaming into his ear ” THIS DOOR CAN WE TRUST IT, SWEAR TO ME”
          Instant Peeeew Diieee pie magic, or well millions of dollars aka we’d all be rich since we kinda ummmm comment heeere?

  • Jan Prins

    So I started Dying Light last night. Cool game, but alas, the hero is so bland, kinda wish I could throw him to the Zombies and… wait…

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