Dying Light – Emergency broadcast from Global Relief Effort

Dying Light – Emergency broadcast from Global Relief Effort

Something is about to shake things up a little for the players of Dying Light. For one day only, players will suffer from side effects caused by a tainted Antizin injection that is circulating in the quarantine zone. While the chemical in question is non-toxic, anyone effected will suffer from some odd but fun side-effects for 24 hours, as of tomorrow 1st of April.

Hudson Jenkins, spokesman of the Global Relief Effort, states that “all undelivered Antizin crates have been destroyed” and that “untainted drops will resume as of April 2nd”.

The broadcast warning has been archived for your entertainment, check it out below to see some of the side-effects tainted players will have.

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