Dying Light Adds Co-Op and PvP Content Creation Tools on Steam Workshop

By   /   Jan 12, 2016
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Techland has updated the Steam Workshop devs tools for Dying Light, adding new co-op and PvP functionality. The update is free for all players, and opens up new options for creative players to experiment with.

Users of the workshop tools will be able to design co-op based scenarios and new Deathmatch maps. The update comes alongside the ‘Don’t Drown’ map – a PvP focused custom map created by RabidSquirrel, who is a well-known member of the Dying Light community.

Producer Tymon Smektała acknowledged the brilliant work of the many modders of the game, and believes that the new co-op and PvP support can inspire a new wave of original maps from the modders.

“Just like with the main game we’ve been supporting the Dev Tools for almost a year now, and we’ve already seen amazingly creative stuff from our fans. We believe the co-op and PvP support can inspire a new wave of original maps for everyone to enjoy. At the same time, we’re working hard to bring some the very best custom maps to consoles, and I hope we’ll have something to announce soon.”

That’s not the last bit of news you’ll see on Dying Light though – the zombie survival game is expected to get a huge update in the form of a path called ‘The Following.’ This patch is expected to bring a map that will be double the size of the original one.

The expansion will be available on February 9 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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