Techland has released the Dying Light 1.20 update patch notes for your viewing pleasure. And yes, the game is still receiving updates well over four years since its initial launch, but why not? It’s a brilliant game, and Techland is still looking to support Dying Light even with the sequel on the horizon.
Dying Light 1.20 Update Patch Notes
Check out the full Dying Light 1.20 update patch notes below.
- New type of live event added
- New opponent – “Gasmask Demolisher”
- Additional national outfits
- Items once exclusive to Gemly to be made available to everyone:
- Rusty Spine
- Candy Cutter
- Added new sorting category to inventory:
- 10-in-12 Weapons
- DLC weapons
- Added new sorting category to outfits and Buggy skins
- PC: Error on game launch: Cannot write in Game Folder – Added more information about folder location where the game needs to have write privilages.
- Minor bug fixes
Dying Light was originally released for the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One back in early 2015. The game was a huge success, flogging over five million copies by August of that year. The sequel is currently pencilled in for release in 2020. Read our Dying Light review here.
Here’s some more details on the game:
Survive in a city beset by a zombie virus! Discover the hard choice you will have to make on your secret mission. Will loyalty to your superiors prove stronger than the will to save the survivors? The choice is yours…
VAST OPEN WORLD
Roam the city with unprecedented freedom and bask in its unique atmosphere. Use parkour to scale every building and reach remote areas.
Engage in gory combat and discover limitless options to confront your enemies. Use the environment paired with various weapon types and abilities to gain an advantage.
DAY AND NIGHT CYCLE
Experience the dramatic shift in the world, as you change from a hunter to hunted at sundown. Face the coming threat or run away without wasting your time to look behind.
Join forces with other players and raise your chances of survival in an exciting co-op mode. Tackle the story campaign together and take part in regularly scheduled community challenges.