Continuing the year-long support for Dying Light in 2016, Techland have just expanded the Dying Light Dev Tools. Players now have the ability to use all-terrain buggies featured in Dying Light: The Following on custom maps, even if they only own the base game. With that new addition comes also the option to freely modify the driving system and use the buggies in PvP scenarios.
To coincide with the latest update, Techland and Razer announced the special ‘Buggy Madness’ contest. Anyone can compete by creating a buggy-based custom map using Dying Light Developers Tools (available for free on Steam) and submitting it at the official contest website. This time the grand prize is the Razer Gaming Gear pack, which includes a BlackWidow X Chroma keyboard, a DeathAdder Chroma mouse, and a Kraken 7.1 Chroma headset. The organiser will also give away two runner-up prizes.
The contest runs from May 19th to June 19th 2016 and aims to select the most creative, enjoyable, and high-quality maps.