Stranger Things Meets Dead by Daylight in Next DLC Chapter
We admit this sounds like one of the cooler crossovers Netflix has done.
Developer Behaviour Interactive has announced today that the next chapter of its asymmetrical 4v1 horror game Dead by Daylight will be a crossover with Neflix’s hit original show, Stranger Things. This next piece of downloadable content will feature a Demogorgon as a killer, two survivors in the form of Nancy Wheeler and Steve Harrington, and the Underground Complex as the newest level. Check out the reveal trailer above and see the official description below.
Stranger Things is a brand-new Chapter for Dead by Daylight, which includes a new Killer and two (!) new Survivors.
The Entity descends on the Midwestern town of Hawkins as Stranger Things, the critically acclaimed Netflix Original Series enters the realm of Dead by Daylight.
The Stranger Things Chapter comes with a new map, the Underground Complex. Located below the Hawkins National Laboratory, this grim compound caused an inter-dimensional rift that released dozens of creatures before being sealed off.
A surviving Demogorgon is the new untameable Killer. Against it stands not one, but two, new Survivors: Nancy Wheeler, a tough aspiring journalist, and Steve Harrington, a former high school jock with a knack for finding trouble.
Dead by Daylight: Stranger Things will see a release on consoles and PC sometime in September. Two new chapter-exclusive cosmetic items will also be available when the new chapter arrives: Steve’s Scuffed Rolled Sleeves and Nancy’s Torn Sweatshirt.
How excited are you to visit this digital recreation of Hawkins, Indiana’s secret lab? Also, which other horror properties would you like to see turned into a chapter for Dead by Daylight?
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