Dead by Daylight
Dead by Daylight is an indie horror game developed and published by Behaviour Digital Inc.. Dead by Daylight is both an action and survival horror multiplayer game in which one crazed, unstoppable Killer hunts down four Survivors through a terrifying nightmarish world in a deadly game of Cat & Mouse. It was released on 14 June 2016 for PC, 20 June 2017 for Xbox One and PS4, 24 September 2019 for Switch and 16 April 2020 for Mobile.
- 1 Features
- 2 Artwork
- 3 Screenshots
- 4 Downloadable Content
- 4.1 CHAPTER I: The Last Breath Chapter
- 4.2 CHAPTER II: The HALLOWEEN® Chapter
- 4.3 CHAPTER III: Of Flesh and Mud
- 4.4 PARAGRAPH I: Left Behind
- 4.5 CHAPTER IV: Spark of Madness
- 4.6 CHAPTER V: A Lullaby for the Dark
- 4.7 PARAGRAPH II: LEATHERFACE™
- 4.8 CHAPTER VI: A Nightmare on Elm Street™
- 4.9 CHAPTER VII: The SAW™ Chapter
- 4.10 CHAPTER VIII: Curtain Call
- 4.11 CHAPTER IX: Shattered Bloodline
- 4.12 CHAPTER X: Darkness Among Us
- 4.13 CHAPTER XI: Demise of the Faithful
- 4.14 PARAGRAPH III: Ash vs Evil Dead
- 4.15 CHAPTER XII: Ghost Face®
- 4.16 CHAPTER XIII: Stranger Things
- 4.17 CHAPTER XIV: Cursed Legacy
- 4.18 CHAPTER XV: Chains of Hate
- 4.19 CHAPTER XVI: Silent Hill
- 5 Trailers
- 6 Old Tutorial Videos
- 7 Steam Trading Cards
- 8 Official links
- 9 Trivia
Features[edit | edit source]
- As a Survivor, go in alone or team up with friends to face an unknown threat. Use Items at hand, Unlocked Abilities and Environmental Objects to outwit the monster and escape from its killing ground.
- Set in a procedurally generated World, you'll never know what to expect, what you're facing and how to get away. You will have to make stressful choices under desperate circumstances. Every decision impacts your chances of survival.
- Killers come from all horror genres, from brutal slashers to terrifying paranormal entities. Master these monsters' unique powers and exploit the knowledge of your “home” to track, hunt down, break and sacrifice your victims before they get a chance to escape to safety.
- The asymmetry, procedural factors and unique thinking of human individuals make each Dead by Daylight match an unexpected scenario where the combined behaviour of each player creates a truly terrifying and thrilling narrative.
- Dead by Daylight Characters each have a deep progression and Unlockables which can be customized into your own personal strategy. Use your experience, Skills and load-out to climb up the competitive ladder and you might eventually discover the truth beyond the fog.
Artwork[edit | edit source]
Screenshots[edit | edit source]
Trailers[edit | edit source]
Old Tutorial Videos[edit | edit source]
Before the implementation of the playable Tutorial Maps, Dead by Daylight featured short Tutorial videos to give new Players an idea of how to play the Game. There were 6 videos: 3 for the Killer and 3 for the Survivors:
|Killer 1: How To Win||Killer 2: How To Hunt||Killer 3: How To Find Them|
|Survivor 1: How To Win||Survivor 2: How To Stay Alive||Survivor 3: Help Others|
Steam Trading Cards[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Steam Trading Cards
Dead by Daylight contains a number of Steam Trading Cards, which are virtual cards earned by playing the game on Steam. After collecting all trading cards, a badge can then be crafted and the player will receive: the next badge level, Steam XP, potential profile backgrounds, and emoticons. Steam Trading Cards can be obtained through playing the game, in which the player will receive free card-drops over a period of time, as well as buying them from the Steam Marketplace, or by trading with other players.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
Theme Music[edit | edit source]
- The Dead by Daylight Theme is centred around a four-note sequence of E-flat, D, E-flat, and C.
- This sequence marks the beginning of the Dies Irae (Latin for "The Day of Wrath"), a sequence originating in Gregorian plainchant.
- In history, it is most commonly found in Requiems, a Mass for the Dead or for Funerals.
- In contemporary times, it is often used as a theme or musical quotation in conjunction with settings and symbols of death and mortality.
File Cryptonyms[edit | edit source]
- For every Chapter and since CHAPTER VI, all data associated with it is internally named after a random country's name, going in alphabetical order, sometimes skipping a letter or two.
- This most likely started as an internal joke amongst the Developers due to Robert Englund's name (the original actor who portrayed Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm Street) sounding closely like the country of England and also being spelt similarly.
- This naming scheme eventually expanded to data associated with major updates and changes to Dead by Daylight, including the Endgame Collapse and Archive Tomes.
- The Dead by Daylight Mobile port and any data associated with it features a special internal reference: "Atlanta"
- "Atlanta" is the Capital of the State of Georgia in the US and finds its origins in "Atlantic", a reference to the transcontinental Atlantic-Pacific Railroad.
- "Guam" and "Atlanta" are the only cryptonyms that do not represent countries, both Guam and Atlanta being part of the United States:
- "Guam" is an organized, unincorporated territory of the United States in Micronesia.
- "Xipre" is the Catalan name of the Republic of Cyprus, an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.
|Dead by Daylight Mobile||"Atlanta"|
|A Nightmare on Elm Street™||"England"|
|The SAW™ Chapter||"Finland"|
|Shattered Bloodline Mid-Chapter||"Japan"|
|Darkness Among Us||"Kenya"|
|Darkness Among Us Mid-Chapter||"Laos"|
|Demise of the Faithful||"Mali"|
|Tome I - Awakening|
|Tome II - Reckoning|
|Chains of Hate||"Ukraine"|
|Tome III - Escalation|
|Tome IV - Conviction|
Unreal Engine[edit | edit source]
Dead by Daylight runs on Epic's Unreal Engine.
- Updated Engine to version 4.13
- Updated Engine to version 4.20
- Updated Engine to version 4.21
- Updated Engine to version 4.22