Dying Light has been one of the surprise successes of the year, and its popularity has been prolonged by some outstanding post-release support by Polish developer Techland. But despite expanding the escapade with over six months of free and premium content, the studio is now teasing the biggest addition to the undead affair yet. And it'll be shown to the press at Gamescom 2015 next month.
"We're really excited to finally be able to show this major project that we've been secretly working on since the release of the game," said producer Tymon Smektala in a press release. "This is Dying Light from a totally new angle, but with everything that fans love about the original still at the core." The video embedded below appears to tease some kind of vehicular add-on, which could be fun.
While it's admirable just how much content has been produced for the Dead Island-inspired outing, it strikes us that this is the future of big-budget games. If you look at the likes of DriveClub and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt both have continued to evolve beyond their initial release dates, and it's keeping the player base engaged. More publishers may want to make a note of this tactic.