‘Dead by Daylight’ Arrives on Next-Gen Systems
Dead by Daylight is one of my favorite horror titles, and this gloriously dark title will be heading to next-gen gaming consoles when they launch in the next couple of weeks. The asymmetric survival horror video game pits four players against a killer, with the task of survival or, if your playing as the killer, total annihilation. With many characters to play as, including licenced characters such as Michael Myers, Freddy Kruger and Ghostface, the game has been a huge hit for gaming and horror fans alike.
Developers Behaviour Interactive have been slowing updating the games graphics in a phased transition called The Realm Beyond project, which aims to have updated everything by 2021, in time for Dead by Daylight’s 5th Anniversary. These graphical updates are going to be the bedrock for next-gen gaming and you’ll see the upgraded version of the game supporting 4K resolution at 60 fps. The game will also include cross-play across all of its available platforms, as well as the ability to transfer saved progress from current-gen consoles to their respective next-gen upgrades.
The game will arrive on Xbox Series X and Series S on November 10th, and on PS5 from November 12th
Check out the new trailers below!
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