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Dead By Daylight is getting cross-progression on certain platforms in September

Posted by: [email protected] on PCGamesN July 18, 2020

Slasher fans the world over were given the exciting news in May that Dead By Daylight would be getting cross-play by the end of this year. Now, developer Behaviour Studios has elaborated on the plans for cross-play, as well as confirmed that cross-progression will be live for the horror game on several platforms by September.


In an official blog post, the team behind the asymmetrical multiplayer game states that cross-progression will be available in September for Steam, Google Stadia, and Nintendo Switch. Currently other platforms are in the air, with no guarantee they'll ever be folded in, but Behaviour maintains it's something the studio is working on.


The way progression will be counted is through what are called Behaviour accounts, on a new ecosystem that's going to be launched. From there, your data will be stored and readily accessible when you go to log in on another supported platform. This will likely be the only major update around that time, as the update states that "all our efforts will be focused on monitoring account merging to ensure that players will not have any issue during that complex process".


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Dead by Daylight

Dead by Daylight is a multiplayer (4vs1) horror game where one player takes on the role of the savage Killer, and the other four players play as Survivors, trying to escape the Killer and avoid being caught and killed.

Developer: Behaviour Digital Inc.

Publisher: Behaviour Digital Inc.