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Dying Light: Bad Blood Available Now via Steam Early Access, New Weapons and Zombies

Dying Light: Bad Blood

Techland has just released their new action, RPG, battle royale style Dying Light: Bad Blood today via Steam Early Access. The game is now available to play on PC as a standalone title. This action-packed Brutal Royale, as Techland bills it, is now available with the Founder’s Pack and will cost you $20.


Along with a very generous access to the game, Techland offers some exclusive content as part of the Founder’s Pack. This content includes items such as three new legendary weapon skins, a 1000 blood dollars, and a legendary mask. For all the early access members, this pack also offers Founder’s Pass. The Founder’s Pass allows players to have three new legendary weapon skins over the course of the next three months.

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In addition, unlike any other battle royale title, Dying Light: Bad Blood offers PvP and PvE elements well-embedded in the game. The game lands over 10 players in a battlefield swarming with bloody zombies. In order to progress through the game, players will need to scavenge for weapons and supplies while eliminating the zombies and other players.

Based on the information released until now, Techland hasn’t yet announced the official and final release date of the game. But, they have confirmed that the game will, in fact, come to all the major consoles and PC. This Early Access version is basically out for the fans to test it out and send their feedback to Techland so that (if needed) they can make it better.

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The Early Access for Dying Light: Bad Blood will remain available until the full game releases. According to Techland;

“As a multiplayer game, Bad Blood will benefit from feedback from a large player base to balance and tune it to meet the fanbase expectations.

We plan to release the game by the end of 2018 or the very beginning of 2019. That makes approximately 4 to 6 months of Early Access.”

At the moment just this much of the info is out. As soon as something more gets out of, we’ll share it with you. Stay tuned.

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