Dying Light
January 28, 2015 8:06 pm Published by

Dying Light

 

Welcome to our Dying Light cheats page. Here you’ll find Dying Light trainers, cheat codes, wallpapers, savegames, walkthroughs, and achievements.

Dying Light 1

Dying Light 1

DYING LIGHT TRAINER:

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How to using this Trainer?

1. Launch the trainer

2. launch the Game

3. Press F1 at the Main Menu

4. Listen for “Activated”

5. Press desired option key

 

Features:

 

Remove Level Requirement at Shops (Unlock/View All Items)
Easy Crafting (No Components Needed)
Teleport to Waypoint
Unlimited Health
Easy Kills
Unlimited Sprint
Unlimited Stamina
Unlimited Durability
Mega Ammo
No Reload
Unlimited Items/Throwables
Mega Inventory
No Zombie Grab
No Zombie Strike
Freeze Zombies
Antivirus Beacon
Float Mode
Add Cash
Agility Max Level XP
Power Max Level XP
Survivor Max Level XP
Mega Backpack
Increase/Decrease Time of Day
Add Power Level
Add Agility Level
Add Survivor Level

Reset Stats


Dying Light +27 trainer 2015

Cheats:

  • Weapon Duplication

This glitch / exploit lets you duplicate any melee weapon, anywhere and anytime. All you need is the Melee Throw skill. It works like this:

Step 1: Buy the Melee Throw Skill at Power Level 4. Step 2: Equip a melee weapon (this doesn’t work with firearms). Step 3: Throw your weapon – but just as the weapon leaves your hand, open the inventory. You will see that the weapon is still there – drop it from the inventory to duplicate the weapon.

You can also use this exploit to earn extra money from the various shops – just duplicate a valuable weapon and sell off all of the duplicates!

Be aware: the weapon will duplicate whatever stats the thrown item has at the moment you throw it – meaning if you try to duplicate a broken weapon, you’ll just have two broken weapons. Always duplicate items before using them in combat to ensure they’re at their peak value.

 

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Dying Light is a survival horror video game developed by Polish video game developer Techland.  Twelve hours or so thus far into Dying Light, and of all the surprises this zombie adventure game has sprung upon me, the small dent I’ve made in the story is perhaps the biggest.   In Dying Light, a first-person, action survival horror game, players must use everything in their power to survive until the morning’s first light in a vast open world filled with danger. During the day, players will traverse an expansive urban environment overrun by a vicious .  Dying Light contains a dynamic day and night cycle. During the day, the player has to go out and scavenge for supplies to send back to the safe zones. They can also set up traps, save random survivors, and make their way to airdrops.   There are some key differences between Dead Island and Dying Light, however, the most substantial of which is your means of locomotion. Dying Light allows you to race ahead and parkour your way around the city from a first-person view, Mirror’s Edge-style, though the open world makes moving around a lot more freeform than when running around as ME’s Faith.  I’m still not sure yet. Dying Light improves aspects of Dead Island’s zombie-centric gameplay by adding parkour-style movement into the mix along with other promising features. It doesn’t do as much to repair other parts of the Dead Island template that really needed fixing, though.   At night, the hunter becomes the hunted, as the infected become aggressive and more dangerous. Most frightening are the predators which only appear after sundown.  When the sun goes down in Dying Light, the infected transform into something much more dangerous. Without daylight, the senses of the infected become more acute and accurate.   And the most powerful of the zombies you encounter sprint after you with voracity, so you must keep your eyes peeled for opportunities to lose them.

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