'Dying Light: The Following' Revealed New Buggy in a Mock Car Ad

Techland's video game "Dying Light" is coming out soon with a new downloadable content expansion called "The Following." And although there is no specific date yet when it will arrive, fans are constantly being given updates to give them a picture of what's to come next with the open-world first person survival horror video game.

Just recently, Techland released a video trailer which contained the reveal of the new buggy that will be included in the upcoming video game. According to Gamezone, the development team put aside a simple gameplay video trailer and put forward a mock commercial to introduce the SILAS All-Terrain Dirt Buggy. The vehicle is said to be designed with a "Driver's Survival First" attitude, which is something very revelant when driving. After all, there is an increasing number of threats on the road nowadays.

The mock commercial video detailed that the SILAS Motors is utilizing "proprietary protective technology" to equip drivers with the necessary gears to deal with the present and future hazards of the road. It's no doubt the perfect mode of transportation in the "Dying Light: The Following" expansion to survive through Harran.

It's basically a weapon on the road to survive through a zombie-apocalyptic world. The video couldn't be more accurate when it said, "Drive to survive." Also seen in the video is the combination of piano and roaring engine sounds, showing the dune buggy tossing, smashing and mainly crushing its way through the streets and countryside.

Aside from the awesome new ride, lots of other new things are expected to come in the game soon. Previous reports say that it will feature several caves, waterfalls, farms and open fields. Gamers can expect new weapons as well with some sources claiming that the crossbow weapon will appear in the DLC.

Xbox Achievements reported that "The Following" expansion of "Dying Light" will unveil "the untold chapter of Kyle Crane's story." It will be free for current Season Pass owners and will also be available soon for non-Season Pass owners at a price of $14.99.

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