Dead by Daylight's Stranger Things Crossover Now Live, Spotlight Video Released
Before you dive in to this game's take on Hawkins, here's a detailed look at all the latest update has to offer.
By Chris Morse
Stranger Things has officially come to Dead by Daylight! Announced about a month ago, the next update for the asymmetrical multiplayer game is now live for all to enjoy. If you're not quite sold on this crossover, developer Behaviour Interactive released earlier today a spotlight video showing off all the features of the update, including the Demogorgon, two survivors in Nancy Wheeler and Steve Harrington, and a new map, the Underground Complex. Have a look at this preview above!
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.
In addition to the aforementioned features, two new chapter-exclusive cosmetic items are also now available: Steve’s Scuffed Rolled Sleeves and Nancy’s Torn Sweatshirt. As mentioned, the update is now live, so you can get downloaded and hop right in to enjoy the new content.
As usual, stick around with us here on Dead Entertainment for all the latest on Dead by Daylight as well as all of your other favorite horror titles. Stay tuned!
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