We've been hearing a lot about the Dying Light
Enhanced Edition over the past several weeks. We know it'll come with a graphical overhaul
, new story DLC
, vehicles, weapons, and a lot else
too. We could've probably guessed the release date; since we already knew that "The Following" DLC hits stores on February 9th, it stood to reason that the upgraded version including that DLC would release that day, as well, and that's exactly how it'll happen. The Enhanced Edition releases next Tuesday, at least in many markets. You can check out the infographic below to see when you can get your hands on it, and when the infected can get their hands on you.
With the release of this new version comes the departure of the original "vanilla" edition. Digitally, that version will disappear next Tuesday, while in stores it'll only exist for as long as it sits on shelves. They'll be out of production and no longer shipped to retailers. Techland chose to inform people who might want it for their collection or might not want the new Enhanced Edition.
Remember, if you still own the original game, many of the features in the Enhanced Edition come free of charge via a title update. What you'd be without is the DLC, which could then be purchased separately.