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Dying Light Celebrates Fourth Anniversary With Double XP Event

Dying Light 4th Anniversary - Gamers Heroes
To mark its fourth anniversary, Techland is launching an in-game event for Dying Light that allows players to score double XP points.

Alongside this event, unique (and previously-unavailable) legacy items such as the Rocket League Buggy Skin will be given away for free.

You can view a trailer below:

Happy 4th Birthday Dying Light

According to Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“The last four years have brought not only Dying Light, but also the whole company to a whole new level – our development and publishing teams have grown in people whose passion directly shows in our games. “Those talented team members and our dedicated community are a huge part of Techland’s DNA and have inspired us to keep Dying Light alive and running for so long. This approach is reflected in sales, which have not just resisted decline but in fact significantly increased from last year, an unusual feat in the games market. Our tactics of constant community engagement and iteration based on direct feedback from our core players has been integral to this success – taking care to exceed the expectations of those fans and improve the game over time doesn’t just make existing players happy, it infects new audiences too.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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