Techland's zombie-infested battle royal game "Dying Light: Bad Blood" goes into Steam Early Access in September, the advertiser announced on Monday.
The fast multiplayer title combines the core of the game "Dying Light" franchise with the battle royal elements became popular in games like "Fortnite" and "PlayerUnknown's Battlefields." Up to 12 players scavenge for weapons, park across rooftops, and fight to survive in a city that swings with undead.
Techland always wanted to add more players to the player's game in the series, said executive producer Maciej Łączny, and see how society embraced it, it was the Zombie downloadable content, inspired the team to expand its multiplayer offer.
"To die the light: Bad Blood came alive, a game based on these main principles: the freedom and the fast pace of the parkour movement, the constant threat of infection and the creative brutality of the near-match fight. Help Łączny." Combined they offer a brand new, brutal, royal experience. Now we encourage society to help us fine-tune the game before the release. "
Techland also shared details on Monday's" Bad Bloods "global game test. It will take place in two separate phases. Phase one will take place on August 25th, starts at 9.00 PDT and ending August 26th at 9.00. PDT. It is open to a limited number of players registering on the official website of the game Phase 2 starts September 1
Fans can play "Bad Blood" while in Early Access by purchasing founder's package for $ 20. The package includes in-game currency and exclusive items, including the founder's passport. Founder's Pass owners will get three legendary cosmetic leather throughout the game's first three months.
Techland said it would work on game balance in early access. There will also be free content updates, including new maps, modes and elements of the game. When the game is officially launched on PC and consoles, Techland said it would turn into a free-to-play business model.