Community and word-of-mouth has always been a key part of Techland's sales strategy, but the ESA nearly managed to stab them in the back a few days after Dying Light launched. DMCA takedowns were issued against the growing Dying Light mod scene, which were apparently sent in error and eventually revoked.
Now Techland are going to make nice in spectacular fashion.
"The release of Dying Light has already been met an amazing positive response from gamers around the globe," says a press release that just landed in my inbox. "In their excitement, many PC players have already been creating mods that alter and revamp the game. At Techland, we want to see more! As a sandbox game, Dying Light is a perfect material for modding. This is why we are currently working on free and extensive modding tools for the game. And we want players to tell what they would like to see.."
Specifically by hitting up this link.
It's a good move and one that will score some serious brownie points. What mods would you like to see from Dying Light.
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