Dying Light is three years old and still getting the updates for the game. The publishers just announced Dying Light: Bad Blood, which will be a standalone expansion independent of past DLCs.
It will be a battle royale style of game for example like Fortnite and PUBG, Bad Blood will be introducing a related style of gameplay while “retaining the core of what made people fall in love with Dying Light in the first place,” says Techland in a press release. The publisher promises a “violent and dynamic” online experience while introducing a PVP with PVE mechanics.
“Our aim is both to satisfy players’ demands for competitive PvP gameplay and to explore new directions for Dying Light’s multiplayer experience,” said Tymon Smektala, Producer at Techland. “Since Bad Blood was inspired by fan requests, we want player feedback to be an integral part of our development. That’s why we’re inviting Dying Light fans to take part in our 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.”
You can sign up for Bad Blood’s Global Playtest for the PC here,
In light of the numerous negative feedbacks some game publishers are getting due to microtransactions, it is refreshing to see developers such as Techland who are committed to supporting their games even after it is released for a few years now. Besides, Bad Blood, Dying Light has been receiving free, yes free DLCs from Techland to ensure that players feel supported. Dying Light: Bad Blood is due to be released in 2018. Techland didn’t announce on which platforms the game will be available.