Halloween ‘Zombiefest’ in Dying Light | New Community Bounty Announced

• written by Krist Duro

Today Techland has announced its Halloween Community Bounty for Dying Light. This weekend (October 28th - 30th, 2016) a global Be the Zombie event titled “Zombiefest” will be held. The cumulative kills for both Survivors and Night Hunters are tracked live globally to discover once and for all which side is the real predator.


All “Zombiefest” participants will be awarded a Gold-tier weapon. Additionally, shortly after the event new ranks for both the victors and the defeated will be introduced to reflect the final result. The new ranks include Crippled Carnivore, Mutilated Stalker, Superior Challenger, Savage Widow Maker, Hunted Hunter, Indisputable Apex Predator, and more.

Fans can track the cumulative score live at dyinglightgame.com/bounties. The new ranks will be active for 3 weeks. The event runs from October 28th, 12 PM to October 30th, 11:30 PM (Pacific Time). All players across PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can take part.

The digital version of Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition is now on sale for PlayStation 4 in Europe and Xbox One worldwide. Visit Buy.DyingLightGame.com for more details about ongoing sales.

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