Dying Light free maps and more included in latest update

Watch a video here for the four free maps launching today for the zombie-killing action game.

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Dying Light: Enhanced Edition grows in size today with the release of a new update that introduces four community-made maps. The update, which also includes some bug fixes and tweaks (more on that below), is scheduled to arrive today on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC at 10 a.m. PST / 1 p.m. EST.

The four community-designed Dying Light maps are listed below, with descriptions courtesy of developer Techland. You can get a sneak peek at these maps in the teaser video above.

  • Under the City - a choice-based horror story
  • Climb Down - arcade-style parkour experience
  • The Hunter - survival quest in a horde-infested forest
  • TeeVee - a visual nightmare best experienced in the dark

These maps arrive today through a new patch. It also comes with the following:

  • A number of stability improvements
  • Bug fixes
  • Balance tweaks

Dying Light was released in January 2015 and has been a big hit, selling more than 5 million copies. While developer Techland has some ideas for a sequel, fans can look forward to even more DLC for the game coming later this year.

For more on Dying Light's latest expansion, check out GameSpot's review of The Following. Players have also discovered that it contains a Harry Potter Easter egg.