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Dead by Daylight Surpasses 60 Million Players

Dead by Daylight, the popular asymmetrical multiplayer horror game, has reached an impressive milestone of over 60 million lifetime players across all platforms. This remarkable achievement comes after seven years of continuous support and updates from developer Behaviour Interactive.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, Behaviour Interactive is offering a generous gift to all players. By entering the code THANKYOUFOR60 in the in-game store between now and January 4, players will receive one million Bloodpoints and 6,000 Shards, valuable in-game currencies that can be used to unlock new characters, perks, and cosmetics.

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The game’s success can be attributed to several factors, including its unique blend of horror, action, and strategy, as well as its dedicated community of players. Behaviour Interactive has consistently engaged with its players, incorporating feedback into regular updates and content expansions.

Recently, the game received a major update with the addition of Chucky, the iconic horror movie character, as a playable Killer. This addition, along with numerous other content updates, has kept players engaged and coming back for more.

Behaviour Interactive has also expanded the Dead by Daylight IP with additional projects, including a single-player narrative-driven horror game from Supermassive Games and a PvE multiplayer experience from Midwinter Entertainment. These projects further demonstrate the developer’s commitment to the Dead by Daylight universe and its potential for growth.

With over 60 million players and a thriving community, Dead by Daylight is poised to continue its success for years to come. Behaviour Interactive’s dedication to the game and its players is evident, and the future of Dead by Daylight looks bright.

Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. After working as a reporter for various television channels and a newspaper, Bilgesu is currently working as a content editor at Newslinker. She loves technology and animals.

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