Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Dying Light: Bad Blood Free for Original Game Players

Techland offers free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on Steam for owners of Dying Light, to celebrate its fifth anniversary.

Much to dismay of many fans of open-world survival horror game franchise Dying Light; developer Techland has recently announced an unfortunate delay for an indefinite period of time to release upcoming Dying Light 2.

Today is marking fifth year anniversary of its series debut and therefore, Techland is celebrating this occasion by offering a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on Steam to everyone who owns a copy of the original game on any version.

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Dying Light: Bad Blood Free for Original Game Players

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With a purchased copy of Dying Light on PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One platforms, eligible players can go visit docket site of Techland to claim a limited time free Steam code for a copy on PC now and extend their experience.

Bad Blood is an Early Access game for PC, launched by same studio on September 2018 and is typically sold for $19.99 only. Its gameplay mechanics is a mix of PvP and PvE elements for Survivors to fight alone or make some friends.

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You will only require creating an account to register or just log into an existing one to link your Microsoft, PS4 or Steam account. Before you do, make sure that you have played the game for a while for a banner to show up with instructions.

Bad Blood features core mechanics of brutal melee combat and parkour movements in a competitive multiplayer. Other than engaging your rival in direct conflict, you can always try to avoid them by outrunning or outsmarting them.

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Set within same dystopian universe of Dying Light, it adopts a very early concept of battle royale genre of games where you would compete for a last man standing competition between 12 players in a perilous zombie-infested area.

Moving away from Dead Island survival horror series, Techland saw an immense support from dedicated player community of Dying Light over years and they wanted to show their appreciation with giveaway of Dying Light: Bad Blood.