Behavior Interactive has released a Dead By Daylight trailer for its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release. Pre-orders for the special edition are also available. The console Dead By Daylight versions will be released this June for North America and Europe.
As seen on the official Dead by Daylight Youtube channel, the console trailer summarized Dead By Daylight’s gameplay in a minute. In Dead By Daylight, four survivors will have to evade a killer and fix all generators to unlock a gate to escape. All survivors and the killer are controlled in this horror PvP multiplayer game. With the release of the launch trailer, the game’s launch on consoles is now guaranteed for June 2017.
Release Date and Pre-Order
Dead by Daylight’s release date will vary across regions. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version will be released in North America this June 20 and Europe on June 24. Players have two more weeks to pre-order this title. The game costs $29.99.
Behavior interactive has dedicated a page for Dead by Daylight suggested pre-orders. Players can pre-ordering their physical Dead by Daylight copies on retailers like Amazon, and Gamestop . Pre-ordering Dead By Daylight will net players its Special Edition which contains some DLCs from the PC version.
Special Edition DLCs
According to a press release posted by Gamasutra, Behavior Interactive revealed that the Dead by Daylight Special Edition contains the following content:
- All main Killer and Survivors together with the main maps
- Killer: The Hag
- Killer: The Doctor
- Survivor:Ace Visconti
- Survivor:Feng Min
- Killer Outfits
- Survivor Outfits
- Map: Lery’s Memorial Institute
- Map: Backwater Swamp
However, The Special Edition add-on list does miss some confirmed DLCs like the Last Breath DLC. Play-Asia lists one “future DLC yet to be announced” of the Special Edition add-ons. Potentially, we might get one of these other confirmed DLCs or a whole new content after Spark of Madness.
Two Dead by Daylight PC DLCs are confirmed to miss the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release. Halloween and the Left Behind DLC will stay exclusive on PC as these DLCs featured characters not fully owned by Behavior Interactive. The developers may have to negotiate with director John Carpenter for Michael Myers, and Valve for Left 4 Dead’s Bill to be included on the consoles. At best, we might see these characters reworked for consoles to remove their likeness for the console versions.