The multiplayer game Dead by Daylight will also be released for the NextGen consoles later this year. As Behavior Interactive has announced, the release on the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X is planned for this year's holiday season. There will also be a free upgrade.
The development studio Behavior Interactive has announced that the multiplayer game Dead by Daylight will also appear for the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X later this year. A specific release date for the NextGen versions is not yet known, but the release is planned for this year's Christmas business. It can therefore be assumed that it will be available on the market around November or December 2020.
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Who Dead by Daylight (buy now € 26.31 /€ 9.99 ) already owns for the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you don't have to dig into your pocket again. According to Behavior Interactive, they'll get a free upgrade to the NextGen version. It is not yet known exactly whether this will be automatically available upon release. We will of course keep you informed about this.
Furthermore, the development team has stated that it will polish the NextGen version of Dead by Daylight primarily graphically to a high gloss. In addition to a general revision of the presentation, it is also planned that the multiplayer game will run on the screen in 4K resolution and at 60 frames per second. Furthermore, Behavior Interactive is working on significantly improving both the game's lighting system and the effects. The team even lends a hand on the textures, the individual models and the animations in order to deliver the best possible NextGen experience.
Source: Behavior Interactive
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