Dead By Daylight – how to claim 200,000 free Bloodpoints

To celebrate Dead By Daylight’s ongoing success, developer Behaviour Interactive are handing out free Bloodpoints to all players.

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This update comes after the Dead By Daylight official Discord server hit 200K members with the following message from Behaviour Interactive’s community team:

We have hit 200,000 members in the server! Our community is special to many, and it is with great pleasure that we get to share our love for DBD with you all. Thank you for all of the discussions, laughs and friendships made here. Here’s to you, and to a great year together!

You have until January 17th, 2PM EST (that’s 7PM UK time) to claim 200,000 free Bloodpoints. This can be done by simply logging into any live version of the game, hitting the redeem code menu option and typing in “DISCORD200K” for your free reward.

Whether you’ve just started playing Dead By Daylight or have been considering a return visit, you’ll want to claim these bonus Bloodpoints before the promotion expires. Bloodpoints are an in-game currency earned through play with more awarded depending on your match performance. These are then used to upgrade characters – both Survivors and Killers – by unlocking nodes in the Bloodweb. 200,000 will definitely go a long way in boosting your favourite character.

Last year’s November update for Dead By Daylight introduced a new killer, The Twins.

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We recently re-reviewed Dead By Daylight for 2020, bumping up its original score:

Dead By Daylight has evolved into somewhat of a phenomenon, proving that the often maligned games-as-a-service model produces more than just cookie cutter loot shooters. It’s still an acquired taste and a bit rough around the edges though stands out as one of the most unique ongoing multiplayer games of the generation.

Those who currently own a copy of Dead By Daylight on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can upgrade for free on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S respectively, carrying over their progress – here’s how.

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