MSI Announces Dying Light 2: Stay Human Promotion

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MSI has announced a new promotion for those seeking to get a free copy of Dying Light 2: Stay Human. A game code can be obtained for the standard edition of the long-awaited sequel from Techland when eligible products are purchased. Details regarding purchasing, invoicing, and game activation windows can be found below.

Gamers globally now have the chance to redeem Dying Light 2 Stay Human Standard Edition digital PC game by purchasing eligible MSI product models to explore The City!

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Unlike imagined apocalyptic worlds, the brightly-coloured danger-filled world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human is brought to life in full 4K resolution using the latest RTX Graphics technology via MSI products. Ray Tracing, DLSS, Quantum Dot and MSI Night Vision technologies will enable gamers to get through the night with enhanced gameplay immersion, stability and outstanding gaming performance using MSI products.

Those interested needn’t worry about being limited to purchasing the still hard-to-find GeForce RTX graphics cards, although one would be ideal, since the game features DLSS and ray tracing. Select components such as gaming chairs, cases, Intel B660 and Z690 motherboards, power supplies, monitors, cooling solutions, and more are eligible as well, giving those interested a wide range of products to choose from.

How to Redeem

REGISTER PRODUCT
Register your eligible product via member center and upload proof:
Submit a clear image of the MSI product with a serial number (S/N).
Submit a clear image of your purchase invoice with the eligible model name.
Verifying your redemption submission.

STEP 2
Good Night and Good Luck!
Once the claim has been approved, we will send the Dying Light 2 game key directly to your email address. Please visit Steam to activate your Dying Light 2 game key.

Promotion Deadlines

  • Redeem Period: February 1–March 19, or while supplies last
  • Eligible Invoice Period: February 1–March 5
  • Game Activation Period: February 4–August 3

Source: MSI (via Games Press)

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