Techland has announced that all owners of Dying Light are able to redeem a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on PC. This comes just a week after Techland revealed that Dying Light 2 has been delayed indefinitely.
“As a token of appreciation for our amazing community, we are pleased to offer a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood to every Survivor eager to expand their Dying Light experience,” Techland wrote in the announcement.
In order to get a free copy of Bad Blood, you need to head to the Dying Light dockets site, either login or register an account, and then link your Steam, PlayStation, or Xbox account if you haven’t already.
Once that’s done, and you own Dying Light on the platform you linked, a banner should appear on the website that says you’re eligible for a free copy of Dying Light: Bad Blood on PC. Just click on that banner and follow the instructions to get your Steam code.
Bad Blood takes the gory zombie parkour of Dying Light and gives it a battle royale style twist. Each match starts with 12 players but only one can be the winner. Players search the map for weapons and upgrades, and can choose to team up with other players to fight zombies, or battle each other – they’ll have to eventually if they want to win.
Dying Light 2 E3 Trailer Screenshots
Unfortunately, Bad Blood didn’t attract many players when it debuted on Steam Early Access back in 2018. But with many players able to pick it up for free now it should have a larger head count.
Chris Priestman is a freelancer who writes news for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.