And with all of those new announcements, it’d perhaps be easy to forget the main Dead by Daylight game itself. As we reported earlier in the week, Nicolas Cage is coming to the game as a Survivor, where he’ll play himself. More on that will be revealed later in the summer, from 5th July. In the meantime, a new expansion named End Transmission is coming on 13th June.
This sci-fi-themed add-on will include a new Killer and Survivor, and will be flanked by a brand new map, set on a “mysterious and terrifying planet”. The Killer, named the Singularity, is a “monstrous amalgamation of restructured organic matter and machine parts seeking to become the perfect lifeform”. Sounds horrific!
And that’s not all! Behaviour has some pretty exciting new collaborations coming up, including Iron Maiden cosmetics inspired by the band’s figure-head Eddie, as well as some Killer masks based on Slipknot. It’s also working on a Naughty Bear-themed outfit for existing Killer The Trapper, while Ghostwire Tokyo’s Ikumi Nakamura has been recruited to design some unique new outfits for The Oni, The Legion, and Yui Kimura.
So, how’s that for a seventh anniversary update, eh? There’s a lot to dig into here, perhaps demonstrating how Dead by Daylight is actually going from strength-to-strength as it approaches its tenth anniversary. Live service games are such tough nuts to crack, but Behaviour seems to have hit upon a rare success story in an unbelievably competitive environment.
The popular video game “Dead by Daylight” is making its way to the next generation of gaming. Developers Until Dawn Dev have announced they will be bringing the solo player experience to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 later this year.
Dead by Daylight is a horror game where a team of four survivors is hunted by a powerful entity called the Killer. It was first released in 2016 for Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game has since become a cult classic with players in the millions.
Until Dawn Dev is now taking the concept of Dead by Daylight and reworking it as a single-player experience. Players will be in the shoes of a survivor, attempting to make it to the end of the level without being killed by the Killer. The game is sure to offer a unique and intense horror experience in a world filled with suspense and danger at every turn.
The developers are not resting on their laurels with the new version of Dead by Daylight. They are also improving the visuals, sound design, and AI of the game in order to offer the best possible experience. The game’s controls have also been redesigned in order to make it easier to play on the PS5 and PS4.
The game is expected to be released for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2021. Until Dawn Dev is also making the game available in multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Spanish.