Dead by Daylight Event Offers Players Free Bloodpoints, Iridescent Shards and More!

During a big event, players of Dead by Daylight will receive free Bloodpoints as well as more.

The best part is that there are no Dead by Daylight coupons or other requirements to claim these prizes; you’ll essentially receive them simply for playing.

This occasion coincides with Japan’s Golden Week, a collection of public holidays.

All Dead by Daylight players are welcome to participate in the in-game celebration, which is not restricted to gamers in Japan. However, in order to get any gifts, they must first complete a group goal.

For those wondering how they might participate, Dead by Daylight’s Japanese Twitter account shared about the Golden Week event, which was then reposted by the main account as well!

All you really have to do is enter the game and either hook or unhook some Survivors, depending on the side you tend to play on.

In other words, just play the game as you’d normally do! Players will receive one point each time they successfully hook or unhook a survivor, and those points will only add up, going toward the communal total.

Players receive 5 points toward the objective if they can obtain a Gold or an Iridescent Emblem following a match, which are performance-based incentives.

500,000 Bloodpoints, 500 Iridescent Shards, and 5 Rift Fragments are among the rewards available for this event, although there is a high requirement to unlock them.

Behaviour stated that in order to get these benefits, participants must accumulate 55 million points in total as a community.

Is that a prize worth receiving? Even though the amount of loot may fall short of what some players had hoped for, particularly in regards to the Rift Fragments, it is still free and essentially earned by playing the game as usual.

Regardless of which version you choose, you have the means to contribute because its tasks are available to both Survivors and Killers and the points all gather towards the same total.

Be on the watch for those as well. Behaviour also stated in an in-game news notice that it would have some promo codes available shortly to provide gamers with some cash.

Ionela Ghergus
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