Starbreeze announces that Behaviour Digital's asymmetrical multiplayer (4v1) horror game Dead by Daylight will release at retail and digitally for PS4 and Xbox One on June 20. A digital special edition priced at $29.99 is also available to pre-order for $29.99 and it comes with more survivors, killers and maps.
Dead by Daylight on Console – Now widely available for pre-order!
Stockholm, Sweden, June 1st – 2017 - The hugely successful PC game Dead by Daylight is coming to Playstation® 4 and XBOX One on June 20th in the United States and June 23rd for Europe. Developed by Behaviour Digital and published by Starbreeze Studios, Dead by Daylight has sold over 1.8 million copies worldwide.
Already generally available for pre-order on disc at retailers, the Dead by Daylight: Special Edition is now available for digital pre-order at $29.99 starting today on Xbox One world wide and June 6th on PlayStation 4 in the EU.
The Dead by Daylight: Special Edition contains the following;
• All main Killer and Survivors together with main Maps
• Killer: The Hag
• Killer: The Doctor
• Survivor: Ace Visconti
• Survivor: Feng Min
• Killer Outfits
• Survivor Outfits
• Map: Léry’s Memorial Institute
• Map: Backwater Swamp
Dead by Daylight is an asymmetrical multiplayer (4vs1) horror game that casts one savage Killer and up to four Survivors that desperately try to survive a terrifying nightmare. Survivors play in third-person with a strong situational awareness to avoid being caught, tortured and slayed. The Killer plays in first-person, focused on hunting down and killing their victims. Released on PC in June 2016, Dead by Daylight has already sold more than 1.8 million copies on the digital distribution platform Steam and became an instant favourite with streamers on Twitch and other streaming platforms.
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