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).
Dying Light, the parkour zombie game that nobody expected to be great but actually totally is, will be getting yet another expanded piece of content soon in the form of Dying Light: Bad Blood.
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Bad Blood will offer "violent and dynamic" online matches, and wants PC players to help test the expansion out online.
Dying Light: Bad Blood is set to launch sometime in 2018. The mode, called Bad Blood, was brought about by player demand and due to "the recent popularity of the battle royale genre" amongst fans. Bad Blood, the new mode will be inspired by the "battle royale" gametype that has become all the rage lately. They can play the expansion early and share their thoughts, knowing their feedback will have a major influence on Bad Blood's development. Furthermore, as the description entails, there will be a mix of both PvE and PvP in the mode, as players still have to worry about fighting off zombies in the area. But remember, the clock is ticking. And this is where things get messy: though players will often have to team up to defeat bosses, they can just as easily turn on each other to steal their samples and prevent them from evacuating once the chopper arrives. In a cruel set-up where everyone fights for the survival of the few, betrayal is not a question of "if", but "when". The more samples the players obtain collectively, the more seats unlock on the rescue chopper.
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