Dying Light is available to play for free this weekend on Steam

Dying Light is available to play for free this weekend on Steam

Dying Light is available to play for free this weekend on Steam

To celebrate Dying Light’s 5th birthday, Techland has made the game available to play for free this weekend, both with the game’s singleplayer campaign and with the game’s co-op mode. 

This free weekend has already started and will be available until 6 PM, GMT this Sunday. Until then, Dying Light will also be available on Steam for £9.99, making the game incredibly affordable. This represents a 60% discount on Steam. 

Dying Light 2 was set to be released on Spring 2020, but in January the title was delayed indefinitely. This free weekend will give PC gamers an opportunity to try out Techland’s Dying Light and see what the series has to offer before Techland releases the next entry in the series. Dying light is well known for its Melee combat, satisfying parkour and its fun singleplayer/co-op gameplay. 

With this free weekend comes a new difficulty mode for Dying Light, which is designed to make Dying Light enjoyable for gamers who want to focus on the Dying Light’s story and exploration elements. This new difficulty is called “Story Mode”, and it reduces the difficulty of Dying Light’s combat. This difficulty may be ideal for players who want to speedrun Dying Light’s campaign during the game’s free weekend. 
 

Dying Light is available to play for free this weekend on Steam  

You can join the discussion on Dying Light’s free weekend on the OC3D Forums.