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It was previously announced that plans are underway to bring cross-play and cross-progression features to Dead by Daylight in the future. A major status update was provided on the official website today.

As for cross-play, Switch players will be able to encounter users on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The team says this will be enabled soon.

Regarding cross-progression, you’ll be able to carry over progression, purchases, and inventory between Switch, Steam, and Stadia. However, some restrictions may apply. This is currently intended to go live in September.

Here’s the full update:

With the new Silent Hill collaboration in Dead by Daylight, we have the latest trailer as well as some footage from the Switch version. Both videos can be found below.

Dead by Daylight is available on Switch both physically and digitally.

Behaviour Interactive has shared a new trailer for the Silent Hill collaboration in Dead by Daylight. View some information about the event along with the video below.

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The Nintendo Hall YouTube page has provided a first look into the newly announced Dead By Daylight and Silent Hills crossover. This nearly 30 minute video gives a glimpse of the setting of Midwich Elementary School, the playable character Cheryl Mason, and Pyramid Head himself. 

The footage itself appears to be from PC, but this content will be coming to Switch as well. The full video is available to view below. 

The Dead By Daylight X Silent Hill crossover has been given a tentative release date of June 2o20. 

Dead by Daylight has thus far been separate experiences on all platforms. Soon, however, players on all systems will be able to come together. Behaviour Interactive announced today that will be supporting cross-play later this year. Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC will all be involved. A search feature and add friends feature are planned to search for friends from other games and add them directly to your friends list, and from there you’ll be able to move to Survive with Friends and custom parties.

Cross-progression is also on the table as a possibility for the future. Unlike cross-play though, nothing is set in stone. The team is currently talking with the different platform holders about potentially implementing the feature.

Behaviour Interactive also revealed a massive collaboration for Dead by Daylight which is bringing in Silent Hill. We have more information about that here.

The asymmetrical multiplayer horror game Dead by Daylight will soon be updated with a new crossover. Konami’s Silent Hill will be entering the game, Behaviour Interactive has announced.

As part of the collaboration, a new Chapter will be introduced. A new Killer, The Executioner, and a new Survivor, Cheryl Mason will be included. Players can expect the new map Midwich Elementary School as well.

Here’s the official overview of the collaboration plus a teaser trailer:

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.