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Phew, it's do or die time now for the six games still remaining in the competition. After Cyberpunk 2077 crashed out in spectacular fashion, Starfield steps up to the plate against The Division 2.
The first two games squeaked through into the quarter-finals yesterday, and now it's the turn of two more. Four games are in action today, including Elder Scrolls VI, the next Assassin's Creed, Dying Light 2 and E3 favourite Ghost of Tsushima. All you need to do is vote for your most anticipated and you could win the grand prize.
We're back with three more chances to a win PS4 Pro, $300 Steam Credit or a GeForce GTX 1060 6GB. All you've got to do is vote for your three most anticipated games in the GD World Cup poll below. Today it's the turn of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dying Light 2, Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, Skull & Bones, and Pokemon, in what's sure to be a series of close battles on the pitch.
It's competition time, and today's matches feature a face-off between eight upcoming gaming behemoths, including the likes of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dying Light 2 and Just Cause 4. Just vote for your most anticipated games in the polls below and you could win a massive prize.
Dying Light 2 has been announced during Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2018 conference, and it’s a bold step forward for Techland’s post-apocalyptic, open-world parkour series. First and foremost, legendary game designer and writer Chris Avellone is working on the project, which is a unique vision of the Modern Dark Ages. Following the zombie outbreak, society has broken down and various factions have sprung up to try and control the situation.
The commitment that Techland has put into supporting Dying Light over the years has just been insane. It’s been almost three years and they don’t show any signs of slowing. If you're still not bored of zombies yet, Techland is doing you a fine service. The latest announcement is for Dying Light: Bad Blood, which is the first ever PvP expansion for Dying Light.
Dying Light developer Techland has been the latest developer to hop on the digital distribution bandwagon, opening up its own online game store. Dubbed Gemly, the storefront is already open and features hundreds of games for sale across Windows PC, Linux and Mac. There’s no client to speak of (yet), with purchased games coming in the form of Steam, GOG, Uplay codes, etc.
If there was a Nobel Peace Prize for gaming, Dying Light developer Techland would probably have it as a permanent installation in its Ostrów Wielkopolski office. We found out last month that it would be supporting Dying Light for another year, and now the game’s producer, Tymon Smektala, has outlined in a new video just what this means for fans.
Techland’s post-launch support for Dying Light has been staggering, and it’s only going to get better over the next 12 months. Dying Light launched way back in January 2015, and since then we’ve been treated to a constant slew of updates, content, community missions and a full-blown expansion. Two years later, Techland has announced a grand total of 10 FREE DLC packs will be coming to Dying Light during the next year.
Last year’s Dying Light is most definitely the game that keeps on giving. Despite being over a year old, Techland has continued to knock it out the park with post-launch add-ons, free DLC and the recent mammoth-sized The Following expansion pack. But Techland’s plans don’t end there.
For many people the zombie genre has become saturated and stale, and so when Dying Light came out last year to considerable praise (including bringing home one of our coveted Global Game Awards as the best co op game of 2015) it was only a matter of time before Techland looked to add to their success. Dying Light: The Following launched today to an immediately strong critical reception, so we took a trip back to Harran to see what graphics performance we could achieve.