Dead By Daylight
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Dead By Daylight Out Now For Nintendo Switch

Behaviour Interactive has today launched the multiplayer 4 Vs 1, Dead By Daylight on Nintendo Switch through the eShop as a download and retailers as a physical release worldwide. The brand new version of the game for Switch features a ton of blood-curdling content, including 9 killers, 10 survivors, and 3 cosmetic packs. There are also add on packs available for purchase including the Stranger Things pack.

Dead By Daylight

In Dead By Daylight up to four players find themselves being hunted by a brutal killer, in a deadly game of cat and mouse. There are two styles of play, in Survivor mode, you’ll have a third-person perspective, whilst in Killer mode, you’ll have a first-person perspective. Survivors are able to work together or on their own as they try to escape the killer’s view. Killer’s will always work alone as they hunt down every last one of you.

Anyone who purchases Dead By Daylight on Nintendo Switch will receive a free skin for the game’s notorious killer, The Trapper. Whilst the outfit isn’t for the faint of heart, it’s great for those of you who want to stand out during a killing spree.

“We are incredibly happy and proud to launch Dead by Daylight on the Nintendo Switch. This is another way for us to get the game into as many hands as possible. It is also a great opportunity for our players to play the game they love, anywhere. I would like to extend a warm welcome into the world of the Entity to Switch users. The first few games will be hard but hang in there… the upcoming victories will be worth it.”

– Mathieu Côté, Game Director for Dead by Daylight and Head of Partnerships for Behaviour Interactive.

Dead By Daylight is available to purchase now on Nintendo Switch, from the eShop and all good retailers worldwide. It’s also available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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