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Techland has announced that Dying Light: Bad Blood will be available on PC via Steam Early Access from September.

The game will be free-to-play once it officially launches on PC and consoles, but will be priced at $19.99 during early access. Players who purchase the Founder’s Pack will get immediate access to the game, three legendary weapons skins, a legendary mask, 1000 Blood Bucks, and the Founder’s Pass. The Founder’s Pass grants access to three exclusive legendary skins spread out across three months after the game officially launches.

“We’ve always been keen to add more PvP multiplayer to Dying Light. We’ve read all of the messages from players  on social media and forums, and multiplayer has been a hot topic. We’ve also seen how players have embraced Be the Zombie and that inspired us to expand on multiplayer. But we want to do it in the Dying Light way, where this world swarming with infected is just as much a threat as the other players,” executive producer Maciej Łączny said.

“This is how Dying Light: Bad Blood came to life, a game based on these key principles: the freedom and fast pace of parkour movement, the constant threat of the Infected, and the creative brutality of melee combat. Combined they offer an all-new brutal royale experience. Now we encourage the community to help us fine-tune the game before its release.”

During early access, the developer plans to release free content updates that include new maps, modes, and in-game items.

Dying Light: Bad Blood is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and throws 12 players into an arena where only one can leave.

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Dying Light: Bad Blood will be free-to-play, coming to Steam Early Access

PC owners will soon be able to try out Dying Light's standalone battle royale expansion Bad Blood.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/20/2018 08:38 AM PT | Updated 08/21/2018 11:35 AM PT

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Techland has announced that Dying Light: Bad Blood will be available on PC via Steam Early Access from September.

The game will be free-to-play once it officially launches on PC and consoles, but will be priced at $19.99 during early access. Players who purchase the Founder’s Pack will get immediate access to the game, three legendary weapons skins, a legendary mask, 1000 Blood Bucks, and the Founder’s Pass. The Founder’s Pass grants access to three exclusive legendary skins spread out across three months after the game officially launches.

“We’ve always been keen to add more PvP multiplayer to Dying Light. We’ve read all of the messages from players  on social media and forums, and multiplayer has been a hot topic. We’ve also seen how players have embraced Be the Zombie and that inspired us to expand on multiplayer. But we want to do it in the Dying Light way, where this world swarming with infected is just as much a threat as the other players,” executive producer Maciej Łączny said.

“This is how Dying Light: Bad Blood came to life, a game based on these key principles: the freedom and fast pace of parkour movement, the constant threat of the Infected, and the creative brutality of melee combat. Combined they offer an all-new brutal royale experience. Now we encourage the community to help us fine-tune the game before its release.”

During early access, the developer plans to release free content updates that include new maps, modes, and in-game items.

Dying Light: Bad Blood is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and throws 12 players into an arena where only one can leave.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89