Dead By Daylight: Cross-Play & Cross-Progression Coming To Switch

Dead By Daylight has grown in popularity across so many platforms and for very good reasons. The online survival horror game allows you to play as a survivor along with 3 others to survive the trial where a killer hunts you all down to sacrifice you before your team successfully manages to open the exit gate and run to safety.

The game allows you to play as a killer or a survivor, the choice is yours. There are so many iconic killers and survivors that you are allowed to choose from. Some examples of killers that you can select are Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Demogorgon, Pyramid Head, and many other terrifying killers from popular movies and shows. As for survivors, you can choose survivors such as Steve Harrington and Nancy Wheeler from Stranger Things and other interesting characters.

Now to the exciting news! Behaviour Interactive announced that features such as cross-play and cross-friends will be coming really soon to the PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Nintendo Switch gamers will be given the option to opt-out of cross-playing with other platforms if they choose to.

The developers will monitor the game’s stability once this feature is available to make sure there are no issues. If the game becomes unstable, the cross-play feature will be disabled so that the team works on a fix and then they will re-enable the feature.

Furthermore, cross-progression is also coming this September to the Nintendo Switch version among other platforms. This means players will be able to share their progression and purchases across platforms like Steam and Google Stadia. Stay tuned with our website for the latest news on this game. You can watch the trailer for Dead By Daylight below.

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