Dying Light: Bad Blood signup is open now for Player-vs-Player. The base games available on Linux, Mac and Windows via Steam and Humble Store. Therefore we are eager for what comes next.
So as a response to numerous fan requests for a Player-vs-Player. This will mean a different approach for Dying Light. Therefore Techland are responding. Hence the recent popularity of the battle royale genre.
Therefore, for all those survival horror fans. Techland is also unveiling their new standalone expansion, Dying Light: Bad Blood. While retaining the core of what made people fall in love with Dying Light. Bad Blood will offer violent and dynamic online matches. So yes, this is a blend of PvP and PvE styles of gameplay.
“We are definitely keeping the Linux version in mind, as we are aware of the interest.”
Bad Blood signup:
“Our aim is both to satisfy players’ demands for competitive PvP gameplay. And 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.”
Global Playtest is a closed online event. This allows selected players to try out Dying Light: Bad Blood before its release. PC players can register for the game playtest now.
To join the Global Playtest sign up and complete the survey.
Dying Light: Bad Blood will be launching as a standalone PvP expansion in 2018. So this means all supported platforms will be coming later.
What about the games Linux build?
So that being said, we are in contact with Techland. Therefore we are also waiting on a reply regarding Linux support. Since the fan base does includes Linux gamers on Steam indefinitely. So stay tuned for further details. We will update this post ASAP.