Dead By Daylight Slashing Onto Mobile Devices

The asymmetrical slasher will make the leap from PC to Android and iOS devices in Spring 2020.

The asymmetrical slasher will make the leap from PC to Android and iOS devices in Spring 2020.
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Dead by Daylight fans that need to kill on the go got a little bit of good news today. 

While it has previously been available in other parts of the world and for select testers before, Dead By Daylight Mobile will officially land for U.S. audiences this spring.

For those who can’t wait to start evading killers or hacking apart vulnerable co-eds, pre-registration is now available for Android users here and iOS users here. If three tiers of pre-registration milestones are hit, these rewards will unlock for players:

  • Tier 1 (500K pre-reg): Weekend T-Shirt Surf Tone, Hooded Training Top, Two-tone Coat, The Scarecrow, 2000 Iridescent Shards
  • Tier 2 (750K): Watermelon Pants, Sports Leggings, Red Flash Boots, Marked Spike Maul, 3000 Iridescent Shards
  • Tier 3 (1M): Preppy Flat cap, Jogging Headband, Colorful Headscarf, Bill Overbeck, 5000 Iridescent Shards

In selected Asian regions, Dead By Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive will work together with NetEase Games to deliver new content. Behaviour CEO Rémi Racine commented:

We are extremely happy to partner with NetEase Games for Dead by Daylight Mobile. Their expertise in operating and publishing mobile titles in Asia sets us up for success in the East. We believe that together with NetEase Games, we can bring quality interactive entertainment experiences for passionate gamers worldwide.

In other news, Dead By Daylight for PC and console will see the Chapter 15 update on March 10. That update includes the new speargun-wielding killer Deathslinger, as well as a Wild West themed map titled Dead Dawg Saloon.

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for all things Dead By Daylight as more news arrives!

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