August 29, 2018 Techland has extended sign-ups for the Dying Light: Bad Blood global playtest.
Dying Light: Bad Blood is set to launch in Steam Early Access next month, but you can get a taste of the action for free ahead of that launch. Techland has extended sign-ups for the global playtest, giving you one last chance to get in on the action. Unlike last weekend’s more limited test, this time around everyone who signs up will get access.
The second global playtest begins September 1 at 9:00 PDT / 12:00 EDT / 17:00 BST and closes 36 hours later on at 21:00 PDT on September 2, or 00:00 EDT / 5:00 BST on September 3.
You can register at the official website, and you’ll probably want to hurry - we don’t know how long sign-ups will continue to last.
Past the global playtest, Dying Light: Bad Blood will upon launch be a free-to-play standalone game, not a new mode for Dying Light. Early access is granted to players who purchase the Founder’s Pack for $19.99 USD, which also includes some in-game currency and a Founder’s Pass that comes with three legendary player skins over the first three months of the early access phase. Over the course of early access, Techland says players will also see new maps, new game modes, and special loot drops that harken back to the original Dying Light.