Techland has recently been detailing what the future has in store for the Dying Light fans and the latest they have shared with us are plans for a Twitch livestream where the PC community is going to bring out the best community maps and show them off to the viewers.
However, that is not all; the game’s content creation tools have been thriving on Steam Workshop for some time and now the developers have also announced that they are bringing some of the community maps to PS4 as well as Xbox One versions of the game!
It is a fact that community generated content is usually kept in the confines of the PC version of any game but things are changing pretty quickly these days. Fallout 4 is just another example of a game rubbing off the line between consoles and PC when it comes to mods. Anyhow, here’s what Michal Napora, the community manager for Dying Light had to say about the announcement:
We said on many different occasions how much we enjoy playing maps created by our fans, but now the time has come to show it. There’s so much variety and ingenuity in there, even more so since we added co-op and PvP support. One more thing: we will be making select maps available on consoles, and we will play some of them this Saturday!
By this Saturday they mean the time when the planned livestream is going to be held on Twitch. To be exact, you should be tuned in to the official Twitch channel of Techland on Saturday, January 23, at 10 AM Pacific Time.
So far, Techland has not listed the community maps that are going to be released to PS4 and Xbox One versions of Dying Light but they will do so alongside the release schedule very soon.