Dying Light is a first-person survival horror game which requires you to withstand a zombie apocalypse in Turkey. Every since it came out, the game has garnered a significant following and even to this day gamers play it regularly. Today, Techland added a new game mode called "Prison Heist".
As expected, Prison Heist takes place on Prison Island. This isolated fortress is home to a fresh game mode where you must break into the armory as fast as you can, either on your own or with friends in co-op. Your group needs to optimize their strategy, cooperate tightly, and loot the place clean before the alarm goes off. Keep in mind that better performance means more valuable rewards, but remember to be prepared for anything because you never know what's around the corner.
Aside from Prison Heist, today's Dying Light update adds a couple of new monsters. Considering that it's Easter soon, the developer announced the "Harran Egg Hunt" where players chase a zombified Easter Bunny. There's also a new Demolisher mutation in Old Town. This creature is bigger, stronger, and more unpredictable, but killing him gives you a massive amount of experience.
If you haven't played Dying Light on Xbox One, be sure to check it out at retailers. The game is currently available for roughly $20 on retailers like Amazon and the Microsoft Store.
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