As a response to numerous fan requests for a Player-vs-Player approach to Dying Light, and the recent popularity of the battle royale genre among the survival horror fans, today Techland unveiled its new standalone expansion - Dying Light: Bad Blood. "Since Bad Blood was inspired by fan requests, we want player feedback to be an integral part of our development". To that end, Bad Blood will focus on sufficiently "violent" and "dynamic" matchups with two teams of six contesting a zombie-infested area.
Bad Blood is "a multiplayer expansion set in the Dying Light universe".
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If you're interested in trying out the beta on PC, you can check it out via the Techland site and register for the closed Global Playtest. "They can play the expansion early and share their thoughts, knowing their feedback will have a major influence on Bad Blood's development".
Entitled Bad Blood, the expansion looks to be the latest to get on board the battle royale train. Sign up now to participate in the free Global Playtest on Steam.
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Each character comes with its own unique pre-sets, including specific statistics and skills, so you can create your own winning strategy.
Players must evacuate the area before night comes, when the zombies are at their absolute worst. Use your parkour skills to swiftly traverse the city, scavenging for weapons that will give you an edge over your opponents. You have to pay for seats on the extraction helicopter with blood samples harvested from the undead, forcing you to work together with other players to collect those samples or, alternately, stabbing your fellow survivors in the back to steal their stuff. The more samples the players obtain collectively, the more seats unlock on the rescue chopper.
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