Behavior Interactive Showcase Confirms Dead By Daylight/Resident Evil
The dating sim has arrived too.
It’s true guys, the rumors are all true. More Resident Evil is coming to Dead by Daylight. Following last year’s success, Behavior Interactive and Capcom have created a story that explores a new Killer: Albert Wesker as well as two new Survivors: Ada Wong and Rebecca Chambers. The new content will also include a reworked map of the Raccoon City Police Department. Expect the new content to drop across all available platforms soon. In the meantime, you can watch the trailer below.
In other Dead by Daylight news, the "Hooked on You" dating sim launched today, so head to Murder’s Island and try to find love among four Killers. Eligible Killers include the Trapper, the Huntress, The Wraith, and the Spirit. So, there’s a lot of variety to choose from.
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