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4 Times The Fun? Dying Light Four Pack Announced

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Fans of the upcoming Dying Light from Techland got some exciting news today as the developers announced a special bundle available on Steam, the famous Four Pack. For the price of three copies of Dying Light players can get a fourth copy to split the cost or even provide a friend with a free copy so they don’t miss out. Everyone’s got that friend right, you know the guy.

The Dying Light 4-Pack Bundle is now available to purchase directly through Steam. Four copies individually would set players back $240 but the special offer provides 4 copies for only $180. My mathematically deprived mind doesn’t struggle to work out that’s only costing each individual $40 a piece – a price you can’t mock in a world of $60 digital purchases.

Dying Light promises to entertain with an exciting selection of content including multiplayer, single player and the highly anticipated asymmertric “Be the Zombie” mode.

“It’s always good to have someone at your side when the Night Hunter invades,” Dying Light producer Tymon Smektala said in a statement.

Dying Light was originally scheduled to be a 2014 launch title but unforeseen delays have since seen that change. Dying Light will be available on January 27th in North America, Australia and New Zealand, while players in Europe & Asia will gain access on January 30th. Boasting over 50 hours of gameplay Dying Light is the perfect solution to those post-Christmas blues and will launch on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Source: Press Release

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