Behaviour Interactive's asymmetrical horror game, Dead by Daylight, is fast approaching its fifth anniversary, and the game is stronger that ever. Behaviour has been hard at work updating its game, and the studio recently launched the All-Kill Chapter, adding a brand-new original Killer and Survivor to the mix. Now, Dead by Daylight is teasing a new cosmetic collaboration with another horror media property, Crypt TV.
For those that may not know, Crypt TV is an entertainment company that focuses on creating and distributing horror short films and short-form television, especially ones made for internet consumption. Since it was founded in 2015, Crypt TV specializes in developing creepy and terrifying monsters. While the company develops a plethora of content, only the popular monsters and stories get brought in to the official "monster universe."
In a Twitter post, Dead by Daylight revealed some concept art for an upcoming cosmetic collection based on Crypt TV monsters. There are three incredibly creepy images showcasing different skins for The Hag, The Huntress, and what looks like The Doctor. While it looks like these three will be the only ones in the current collection, Crypt TV has already stated they would be interested in collaborating further, as there are several more monster designs that could fit in as Dead by Daylight skins.
The Hag cosmetic is inspired by Crypt TV's most popular monster, The Birch, a sentient tree that protects kids from bullies. The Huntress cosmetic is inspired by Crypt TV's Mordeo, which is about a race of supernatural monsters who hunger for human flesh. The Doctor cosmetic is inspired by The Look-See, a grinning demonic entity who kills people that fail his tests.
Players will have to wait for information about when this will be released, but it seems to be a cool partnership nonetheless. Even though players will always be interested in new horror games on the market, the Dead by Daylight player base will likely hold fast. Who knows? This could even lead to a Crypt TV-inspired Chapter some day if enough people show interest. Only time will tell.
Every so often, Dead by Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive puts out a survey to gauge how the players are feeling about the current state of the game. In response, it will adjust the game or create new DLC based on the feedback received from fans. On April 23 this year, Dead by Daylight revealed another survey on its Twitter account that asks fans their opinions of recent DLC, promotional images, and the more grotesque and ugly images of the game's horror themes. This survey was a little different in other ways too, with a special section asking fans what licensed content they'd like to see in DBD.
After a few questions about the recent All-Kill chapter, the survey opens to a page devoted to the future of Behaviour Interactive's licensed partnerships. There is a question that asks fans who they would consider a good addition to the game, with four drop down menus for Movies/TV, Anime, Video Games, and Comics. Each list varies in length but features some popular IPs from their respective mediums, although some more conventional horror franchises than others. Looking at some of the IP partners already listed, there is a lot of potential in new DLC chapters for Dead by Daylight.
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