Dead By Daylight: How To Get 200,000 Free Bloodpoints

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Dead By Daylight
Dead By Daylight

Dead By Daylight is a game that just keeps going from strength to strength with a consistently strong playerbase and a tonne of new characters entering the slaughtering grounds seemingly every other week. To celebrate them hitting 200,000 members in their official Discord server, developers Behaviour Interactive are giving away 200,000 free Bloodpoints for the game.


How To Redeem 200,000 Free Bloodpoints

This is a pretty straightforward procedure to get free Bloodpoints, but it’s important to remember that you have to redeem the code in-game via the store, not on a respective platform storefront.

Once you’ve found that, enter the following code: DISCORD200K. The Bloodpoints should then be added to your account.

This offer is only available until January 17th at 2PM EST.


What Are Bloodpoints For?

Bloodpoints are a currency in Dead By Daylight that are used for character progression. By spending them within a specific character’s Bloodweb, players can unlock new items and perks with better perks unlocking after spending more Bloodpoints. They are typically earned for playing matches — the better you do, the more Bloodpoints you earn.


Is Dead By Daylight Worth Getting?

Yes, we think so, even if it isn’t exactly a new game by any means. It’s very cheap these days and is still one of the best multiplayer horror games going, despite some balance issues — though that’s pretty much always been the case with the game. Big changes are on the way for Dead By Daylight, so now is an interesting time to get involved if you haven’t yet.

Dead By Daylight is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, and mobile.

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