Dying Light to get battle royale-inspired expansion next year

Dying Light to get battle royale-inspired expansion next year

That's why we're inviting Dying Light fans to take part in our Global Playtest.

The game has been built with Chrome Engine 6, which is a proprietary 3D game engine developed by Techland that was first used over 10 years ago in Speedway Grand Prix and Chrome (a science fiction first person shooter).

Today Techland announced that their lauded Dying Light zombie game would get a standalone expansion called Bad Blood, which drops players in a multiplayer battle royale experience set in the post-apocalyptic dead-world of the game.

Dying Light: Bad Blood adds competitive PvP elements to the horror-survival game, while also blending PvE elements. PC players can register for the playtest now.

Dying Light: Bad Blood - the new standalone multiplayer expansion.

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You can sign up to participate in its global playtest before its expected launch here. They can play the expansion early and share their thoughts, knowing their feedback will have a major influence on Bad Blood's development. Use your parkour skills to swiftly traverse the city, scavenging for weapons that will give you an edge over your opponents.

However, to actually get on these empty seats players have to pay a toll of a certain number of these samples, which can lead to alliances being broken and betrayed as players might need to kill who they've been working with to steal enough samples from them to ensure their own survival. In order to get a seat on the evacuation helicopter, you'll need to harvest blood samples from the infected, and this is where players may need to form alliances to take out powerful bosses.

The only way out is the extraction chopper, but nobody rides for free, apparently.

This gameplay element results in a "cruel set-up" betrayal, because the more samples the players harvest collectively, the more seats are unlocked.

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