Dying Light Celebrates Its Third Valentine’s Day with Undying Love Community Event

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Dying Light celebrated its third anniversary this January and is still going strong with over 13 million copies sold. Developer Techland recently promised to celebrate the game’s third anniversary this month with a variety of different giveaways, discounts, and most importantly, new content. Today, details on the Undying Love Community Event, which obviously lines up with Valentine’s Day, were released as the event kicked off.

The Undying Love Community Event adds new co-op quests that players to complete together in order to complete the Community Bounty. The event will run from today, February 13, until Sunday, February 18. Players who complete this Community Event will receive special items, including a Valentine’s Day themed Crossbow and paint job for the buggy that can’t be obtained in any other way.

Undying Love also comes alongside the third free content drop promised for the game by Techland, which includes three new survivors. These survivors are Khaleel Zouba, Jun Nemenfedl, and Dallan Kavanagh. Dying Light’s developers have also promised that the game will receive seven more content drops before this fall as part of the third-anniversary celebrations.

You can check out a funny video detailing the Undying Love Community Event below. Dying Light is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you want to see what our thoughts on the game were at launch, you can check out our review.



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