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Behaviour Interactive today announced that it will release a new chapter, Cursed Legacy, for Dead by Daylight next month. It will feature the new killer Yamaoka Kazan, survivor Kimura Yui, and an exclusive cosmetic for her and a map, the Sanctum of Wrath.

Here’s some additional information about the DLC, along with a trailer:

Dead by Daylight finally lands on Switch today following its announcement last year. Get a look at a new trailer for the game below.

Dead by Daylight has received one more video to promote its Stranger Things crossover. Have a look at the new “Spotlight” trailer below.

A new video for Dead by Daylight is in that gives fans a behind the scenes look at the making of the game’s upcoming Stranger Things collaboration. Give it a look below.

After announcing its Stranger Things collaboration for Dead by Daylight a few days ago, Behaviour Interactive gave a proper look at what’s to come in a new 40-minute video. Check it out below.

Behaviour Interactive today announced that it will bring Stranger Things to the world of Dead by Daylight. This will be going live on Switch in September.

Here’s some information about what’s planned:

New footage of Dead by Daylight has emerged out of E3 2019 showing the game running on Switch in portable mode. Check it out below.

Following its announcement from a previous Nintendo Direct, Dead by Daylight has been dated for Switch. The game will launch on September 24, Behaviour Interactive announced today.

Dead by Daylight will be sold in stores and on the eShop. Nine killers and ten survivors, along with three cosmetic packs. Pre-orders will open at retailers soon.

Here are some new Switch screenshots:

In an interview with Nintendo World Report, director Mathieu Côté confirmed that Dead by Daylight will be “the same exact experience” on Switch compared to other platforms. Work was done with UI, but content will be kept in line with other consoles.

Côté said:

During the Wii and DS era, MySims was a pretty big thing. EA ended up publishing six different entries in the series in the span of about three years.

MySims didn’t make it to the 3DS generation, but EA did originally have plans for a new title on the system. Behavior Interactive was working on “MySims Friends” back in 2010.