Dead by Daylight

Spread the love       Tweet    Dead by Daylight has been witnessing a lot of popularity lately, with the game surpassing 20 million worldwide players last year. Quite recently, the developers released the 4.5.0 Patch for the game which introduced a plethora of new features and improvements. However, a large number of these changes weren’t received well by
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Spread the love       Tweet    The promised Dead by Daylight update 4.5.0 arrived last week with some quality-of-life improvements on the UI system, however, it’s now followed by a new hotfix that removes dozens of annoying bugs and makes the game run more stable on PS5 consoles. Aside from the current hotfix, there will be a 4.5.2
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Spread the love       Tweet    Dead by Daylight is a 4v1 survival horror title from Behaviour Interactive, and it’s become an incredibly popular title. However, the game itself isn’t that accessible, especially for disabled players. A colorblind mode has just been announced, though only because one of the studio’s developers complained about users asking for colorblind modes.
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Spread the love       Tweet    Dead by Daylight is one of the popular horror-themed multiplayer games that has been supported by developers since its launch in 2016 with new content, new playable characters, and quality-of-life improvements. The same as every year, Behaviour Interactive will roll out some important updates in 2021 as well, and some of them
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Spread the love       Tweet    Dead By Daylight has found success since its release in 2016 with its ability to make players truly fear one another. Aided by expansion packs that introduce popular horror monsters and characters from series such as Halloween, Silent Hill, and Stranger Things, the game has sold more than 5 million copies as of May 2019.
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Spread the love       Tweet    Yesterday I wrote up news about Behaviour Interactive, the developers of Dead by Daylight, teasing the possibility of cross-play heading to the game. It turns out, later in the day they went ahead and pushed an update that did indeed introduce cross-play. The cross-play update is now live and to coincide with its release,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Behaviour Interactive’s creepy multiplayer horror title, Dead by Daylight will be heading to Nintendo Switch as confirmed during the Nintendo Direct that took place yesterday. Now players will be able to experience hunting other players, or being hunted from the comfort of…wherever they are with an internet connection. Originally launching in 2016, Dead by
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Spread the love1      Tweet   1Share PlayStation Plus’ collection of free monthly games has always been one of the service’s best perks, and with summer in full swing, you’ll be able to head back to an open-world game set in the midst of history, and escape the clutches of serial killers with friends. Sony has announced the lineup
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Spread the love       Tweet    If you’re a fan of Dead by Daylight and you’ve been wondering what the future of the game will look like then today is your lucky day. Developer Behaviour Interactive and publisher Starbreeze Studios have officially announced the game’s content roadmap for the year ahead, and it sounds like they aren’t stopping support anytime
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Spread the love       Tweet    Dead By Daylight brought players into a terrifying multiplayer experience of avoiding a relentless killer in 2016, and now a new (but familiar) face is set to join the roster of killer characters in the game that should please Saw fans. A new teaser trailer from the official Dead By Daylight YouTube channel revealed
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Spread the love       Tweet    Since its release last year, the multiplayer survival horror game Dead By Daylight has terrorized players with its intense gameplay that feels straight out of a horror movie, with the game set to continue adding more for players down the line. Speaking to DualShockers at this weekend’s New York Comic Con, Behaviour Interactive’s lead designer
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