Who’d have expected that Silent Hill is showing signs of life first in Dead by Daylight?
Behaviour Interactive, whose newest game, Deathgarden, did not get that far, announced that they took a few things from Konami, resulting in Dead by Daylight: Silent Hill, the 16th chapter of the asymmetric 4v1 game. Its public test build is already available on Steam, and the complete version isn’t that far either.
„We are so thrilled to welcome Silent Hill as Chapter 16 of Dead by Daylight. Silent Hill is such an iconic video game licence and to add it to our legendary roster of horror is truly an honour. We hope players will have as much fun discovering this Chapter as we had in making it,” said Dead by Daylight game director Mathieu Cote in a press release.
„The emblematic video game franchise joins the Entity’s Realm and further pushes the boundaries of horror, featuring a new Silent Hill-inspired map, a terrifying monster and a mysterious survivor. Midwich Elementary School is the scene of unspeakable horrors. Any sense of the innocence that once marked these halls is gone. In its place: stained walls, rusted chains, hanging cadavers and a sense that things have gone wrong. Pyramid Head, known as The Executioner, is a sadistic and merciless killer fixated on dispensing punishment through pain. Never without his hulking great blade in tow, Pyramid Head has stepped into the fog to fulfil his nefarious duty. Cheryl Mason, previously known as Heather, is the Chapter’s newest survivor. Having freed herself from the religious cult that had pursued her since birth, she now must fight an eternal battle in the Entity’s realm,” Behaviour Interactive says.
Dead by Daylight: Silent Hill will launch on June 16 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (Steam).
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