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Dead by Daylight’s recently released Chapter Portrait of a Murder presented Chilean Killer Carmina Mora, aka The Artist, and Mexican American CIA codebreaker Jonah Vasquez as Survivor. To pay homage to its new characters and to the game’s Latin American fans, the Dead by Daylight team deciphers the numbers behind the new DLC by unveiling never-before-released figures about the game. It also reveals the making-of Portrait of a Murder in its new tell-all blog post and the creation process of the Chapter trailer in the Behind-the-Scenes video.
Ahead of the fast-approaching Holiday season, Dead by Daylight also offers its players a plethora of thrilling gifts and new content, including Amazon Prime Gaming Drops, a chilly winter event, and Resident Evil-themed additions to the Ugly Sweaters Collection.
Top 10 Never-Before-Revealed Numbers About Dead by Daylight
- 48 million: New record of Dead by Daylight players across all platforms globally
- 3 million: Approximate number of players from Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America.
- 2 million: New record-breaking daily average players, all platforms included
- 760,000: Number of players from Mexico.
- 230,000: Number of players from Chile.
- 100,000: number of concurrent users who played Dead by Daylight on the Epic Games Store over the first weekend the game was available.
- 217: Number of days required to create Portrait of a Murder (which equals to a total of 22 years of work if one person were to create the Chapter alone!)
- 100: Number of developers who worked on the development of Portrait of a Murder.
- 7: Number of creative steps required for iterating the gameplay mechanics as well as the visuals of each character before they’re released.
- 4: Number of Latin American characters in Dead by Daylight: Carmina Mora, Jane Romero, Jonah Vasquez, and Ace Visconti.
Amazon Delivers to Dead by Daylight
Amazon Prime members have some exciting content coming their way to start the New Year celebrations! Prime Gaming and Dead by Daylight are joining up for a series of monthly content drops aimed at giving players a special run of cosmetics to help grow their collections. Prime Gaming comes included as part of any Amazon Prime membership and introduces gamers to great new titles, while also offering new content for the games you already play across all major platforms. Available from December 10th, through January 10th, the first Content Drop will allow players to stalk the Entity’s Realm in style with a pair of Rare Outfits for The Artist: the Altered Perception Rare Outfit and the Deluded Perception Rare Outfit.
Holiday Season, Ugly Sweaters Season
With only a few days to go before the Holidays, Dead by Daylight just released an update to the Ugly Sweaters Collection, featuring new sweaters for Leon S. Kennedy and Jill Valentine. Few things can strike fear into the heart of The Entity’s chosen Killers. Even the incessant sound of a clicking flashlight has little effect. But? These may very well come close. Festive, snug, and delightfully groan-inducing, these Resident Evil™-themed ugly sweaters bring a touch of Holiday cheer to Raccoon City. Even the iciest hearts will melt at the sight of these finely stitched personalized patterns – which can also be used to staunch emergency blood loss, ideal for S.T.A.R.S. agents and rookie police officers alike.
Bone Chill Gives the Thrills
Through December 23rd at 11 AM ET, Dead by Daylight welcomes winter with the Bone Chill event, featuring an exciting new Snowman gameplay mechanic, unlockable Holiday cosmetics and charms as well as plenty of festive atmospheres to enjoy. Holiday-themed hooks, lockers, generators, and barrels add a touch of cheer to the Realm. The event introduces six snowmen to every trial. These snowmen supply Survivor’s shelter in a time of need, perhaps even allowing for a desperate escape through the Exit Gates. Successfully escaping while inside a snowman earns players a holiday reward. Of course, should a Killer happen to destroy a snowman while a Survivor is inside…well, there’s only so much protection snow can offer. No matter the outcome, performing unique interactions with Snowmen as either Killer or Survivor earns fans exclusive cosmetic rewards. Additionally, every day until January 6, 2022, players will be provided with a form of in-game currency upon logging into the game. Each gift period begins at 11 AM ET and ends 24 hours later.
Dead by Daylight’s latest Chapter Portrait of a Murder is currently available for $6.99 on the Microsoft Store, Steam, Stadia as well as the Epic Games Store and $7.99 via Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
About Dead by Daylight
Created by Behaviour Interactive, Dead by Daylight is a multiplayer action-horror game of hiding and seek, set in dark fantasy and drawing from all corners of horror, where each match is a different experience. Dead by Daylight boasts more than 48 million players both globally and across all platforms. On any given day, up to 2 million players step into the Fog, whether on PC, console, or mobile. Since its release in 2016, the game has become a place where cult classic horror survives and thrives, having welcomed legends from TV, movies, and video games.
About Behaviour Interactive
Behaviour Interactive, Canada’s largest independent game developer and publisher, was founded in 1992. The company boasts more than 800 employees in its Montreal studio. With its award-winning original IP Dead by Daylight and the strategy RPG Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall™, Behaviour continues to grow as a leading global developer. The studio counts among its partners some of the world’s most renowned brands including Activision, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Ubisoft, and many more. Behaviour is a proud recipient of GamesIndustry.biz’s 2021 Best Places To Work (Canada) Award, among others.Sponsor this Article!