Dead by Daylight Mobile is now available
The asymmetric survival-horror game, Dead by Daylight Mobile, is now available on Android and iOS. Players will be able to download Behaviour Interactive’s Dead by Daylight Mobile for free starting on April 16, 2020, on Google Play and the App Store in EMEA, South Asia, and the Americas.
One deranged killer pursues four friends in this 4-vs-1 multiplayer survival-horror game. Players take on the roles of classic killers and survivors from fan-favorite films and television, such as Stranger Things, in a deadly game of hide and seek. The game also includes a growing roster of original characters.
The console and PC version of Dead by Daylight was released in 2016 and is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam. The award-winning game has sold over five million copies and recently released the Chains of Hate DLC. The DLC featured a new killer, survivor, and map.
According to Behaviour Interactive, Dead by Daylight Mobile is a full-featured mobile iteration of the game on consoles and PC. The developers say their team worked tirelessly to remaster the mechanics to meet the expectations of fans while maintaining the essence of the game. They have reworked moment-to-moment play, monetization, and progression for mobile.
President and Executive Producer of Behaviour Interactive said, “I am so proud of our team for bringing Dead by Daylight to mobile. We’ve had great moments over our 28 years, but the mobile launch of one of our most beloved and popular games feels particularly special. It’s not every day that one of your favorite multiplayer games goes mobile, with the same gameplay and features you love. I hope today’s release allows fans to enjoy themselves and keep in good spirits.”
Dead by Daylight Mobile, is now available for free on Android and iOS. For more information on the game, visit the official website.
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