Techland reveals new Rust-themed weapons, enemies and challenges available from April 19 on PC
Techland today announced that it is teaming up with Facepunch Studios to bring the massively popular multiplayer survival game, Rust to Dying Light for a limited time in-game crossover event. What's more, players will get a new Free Rust Bundle, containing skins and weapons inspired by the game.
Starting 7:00 PM CEST, April 19, till 7PM CEST, April 26 on PC, the Rust crossover event allows players to channel their inner-survivalist by getting to grips with new Rust-themed weapons and skins, go toe-to-toe with a new human enemy type, and earn exclusive rewards by participating in-game challenges.
As the event begins, all players will gain access to the Free Rust Bundle, including a Rust-themed Player and Buggy Skins, and a Rust Assault Rifle, Custom SMG and Salvaged Cleaver. Throughout the event players can complete Research Bounties by collecting resources to earn Gold Blueprint upgrades to the Rust weapon set - awards in Local Event. Furthermore, in Global Event, the Dying Light community can collaboratively gain access to Gold Fire, Gold Freezing and Gold Poison C4 Dockets by hunting down Air Drops, raiding two new Rais’ Outposts and eliminating bandits.
To facilitate local and global objectives, players will get to deploy their new arsenal against an increased enemy presence, both bandits and zombies, in Slums and Old Town. Moreover, in these locations players will encounter Rust Outpost Scientists, who will be wielding assault rifles and SMGs - alongside a new Bucket Helmet zombie type.
For more information about Rust crossover event and free Rust Bundle, please visit https://dyinglightgame.com/.
Founded in 1991 in Poland, Techland is a renowned independent game developer, distributor, and global publisher for all leading platforms, including PC, Sony PlayStation, the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X. Techland is best known for the original Dead Island games, the Call of Juarez series, and most recently for Dying Light and its expansion The Following - the game has been played by over 18 million unique players to date. To top that, our experienced teams allow us to work on two of our own AAA titles at the same time. Comprised of over 400 professionals across three offices in Poland, the company is committed to delivering unforgettable experiences and using the latest technology for innovative entertainment, which includes the proprietary C-Engine. For more information about the company itself, visit the official website at: www.techland.net.
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