It has been somewhat four years, since, the zombie game Dying Light released. The open world first-person action horror survival game, made a lot of fans to such an extent that the developers just could not let it simply fly into dust. For that reason, there is going to be a Dying Light Battle Royale mode scheduled to roll out sometime next year.
This new brutal Dying Light Battle Royale-inspired standalone PvP expansion is called Bad Blood. Which does make sense, considering there is going to be a lot of blood involved.
The developers of the game, Techland, had been receiving numerous fan requests for PvP approach to Dying Light. Seems like the requests have been taken up. Although we have been receiving a lot of DLCs for the game, this mode will certainly step up the game.
Keeping that in mind, we already are aware of the successes of the all famous, Battle Royale mode, that has been nailing down the online multiplayer community with a firm grip.
For instance, you must already be aware of the well-anticipated game, Call of Duty Black Ops 4 in the discussion of a possible Battle Royale mode? Considering that these days, the gaming community when hears about the game they first ask, whether the game will have a Battle Royale mode or not.
Just recently, the developers of the popular Zombie game Dying Light have rolled out a gameplay video of the Battle Royale mode, for the game and it is amazing. They have kept the essential elements of the game intact, while they have introduced the Battle Royale inspired mode into the game.
The gameplay video has been made available to you. So, you decide whether the Dying Light Battle Royale mode will be successful in its endeavors or not.
One thing is for sure, killing zombies have always been an attractive element and a vast majority of gamers have had their hopes for this mode.
Let’s hope that they are able to give the gamers what they have been asking for. All things aside, the gameplay video, is actually amazing.
That said, Dying Light is an open-world action adventure game developed by Techland for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 which released on 27 January 2015.