Dying Light: Bad Blood Is Free… But Not For Everyone!

Dying Light: Bad Blood – Techland might be trying to relax us with this move.

The Polish team is the newest in the line of those who decided to delay their respective game. According to the plans, Dying Light 2 should have launched this Spring, but Techland has delayed it indefinitely. (We suspect that the reason behind that move is the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X; they openly said that Dying Light 2 is a cross-gen title…) Yet, they didn’t stop there.

„As a token of appreciation for our amazing community, we are pleased to offer a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood to every Survivor eager to expand their Dying Light experience. Everyone who owns Dying Light (regardless of platform) can head over to our docket site to claim their Steam code.

To claim the game visit our docket site, log into your account (if you don’t have one, you can register for free) and link your Steam/PlayStation 4/Microsoft account. If you own a copy of Dying Light, a banner will inform you that you’re eligible for a free Dying Light: Bad Blood Steam code. The banner can take a few minutes to appear. Click the link on the banner and follow the instructions to add the game to your Steam library,” Techland wrote on Steam.

This is a kind move from Techland, and this should somewhat relax the fans of Dying Light, as they could now spend some time on the standalone expansion from 2018 that offers both PvP and PvE, as well as the traditional, parkour-filled Dying Light gameplay (all in high speed no less, albeit in a bit of battle royale fashion), brutal melee combat, and freedom, according to Maciej Łączny, the executive producer of Techland.

We rarely see such a move from a studio, but seeing how they supported the base game for nearly five years, it is honourable from them.

Source: WCCFTech

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