Dying Light: My Apocalypse Version Costs £250,000!




/ 5 years ago

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As if games weren’t expensive enough, the crazy developers of Dying Light have just revealed a £250,000 version of their game. The no expense spared edition comes packed with all kinds of crazy extras to help justify spending 1/4 million on their new zombie game.

Developer Techland will include a real-world, custom build zombie-proof shelter, a round trip package that’ll take you to the developers studio in Poland, night vision goggles, a Razer Tiamat headset, parkour lessons, and more, including one very strange item indeed – adult nappies.

I’m not sure where I would put a life-size monster statue, in my new zombie shelter I suppose! On the other hand, I’m not sure where I would put a freaking huge zombie-proof shelter! I guess you could live in the shelter to some extent, as it’ll come kitted out with a TV, Xbox One and a sound system.

Fancy getting your credit card out and buying this thing? You can get it exclusively from UK retailer GAME. Think no-one will buy it? Well, someone did buy this £125,000 special edition GRID 2 a couple of years ago!

Thank you Tweaktown for providing us with this information.



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