A new and strange event hits the world of Dying Light on April 1st that will give survivors a hilarious edge over the shambling undead.
According to an in-universe broadcast from the Global Relief Effort, or GRE, survivors in-game will encounter a strange batch of Antizens that have been contaminated by an unknown source. Though the contaminate is non-toxic, anyone who may come into contact with it may experience strange side effects for a period of twenty-four hours.
“All undelivered Antizin crates have been destroyed, and we would like to assure the survivors that untainted drops will resume as of April 2nd. We urge all the survivors to use extreme care when exhibiting symptoms of the contaminated Antizin injections.” – says Hudson Jenkins, spokesman for the GRE.
Thankfully, the GRE was nice enough to put together the following video message for all survivors so that they too can spot the symptoms that may manifest after coming into contact with the contaminated batch. Those who are unlucky enough to show signs of these symptoms should chronicles their experience with the hashtag #badbatch on Twitter as a warning to the rest of the world.
This event runs through April 2nd, at which point all survivors will return to normal and the game will resume its normal style of play.
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