Dress like a chicken in Dying Light by stealing eggs from bunny zombies



Which came first: The zombie or the egg? Or the chicken ninja? Or the katana? That headline is a lot to parse.

Dying Light's annual Harran Egg Hunt is live, and it's the same as it always is. Hunt down the bunny-skinned zombies, steal their Easter egg grenades, unlock rewards. Finding 10 eggs nets you a golden weapon, and finding 30 eggs gets you the Cock-a-Doodle-Do outfit, which is ostensibly some chicken ninja garb. If the community collectively gathers 1.5 million eggs, everyone gets three golden weapons.

The Harran Egg Hunt runs April 10 through April 13. Get to scrambling some bunny zombie brains.

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