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Intense violence and more detailed for Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition


The ESRB has revealed its rating summary for Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition. As expected, the rerelease ended up with a Mature rating due to blood, gore, intense violence and strong violence.

The game features zombie enemies that will leave behind plenty of blood splatter along with dismembered body parts. Not to mention that the dialogue also contains a few swear words. Take a look at ESRB’s description for Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition below:

This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of Kyle Crane, a soldier of fortune sent to battle zombies. Players can traverse the open-world environment and attack hordes of zombies in order to complete mission objectives. Players use axes, machetes, rifles, and tools (e.g., firecrackers, Molotov cocktails, electrified blades) to kill enemies in frenetic melee-style combat. Red blood-splatter effects occur frequently; large blood stains can be seen on environment floors/walls. Enemies are frequently dismembered and decapitated during combat; a handful of sequences depict mutilated bodies with exposed organs/viscera. The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” can be heard in the dialogue.

For the uninformed, Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition comes with the main game as well as the following DLC packs: Be the Zombie mode, The Bozak Horde mode, Cuisine & Cargo challenge missions, Ultimate Survivor Bundle in addition to The Following. The collection is coming out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2016 on February 9th.