Fans of the popular Dead by Daylight game can look forward to Silent Hill coming to the mobile version on October 26, 2020.
According to the press release we got, Behaviour Interactive has announced that Silent Hill will be available for download for Dead by Daylight Mobile players on October 26, 2020. The upcoming release will add two new characters.
There’s the Survivor named Cheryl Mason, previously known as Heather, who, “having freed herself from the religious cult that had pursued her since birth, now must fight an eternal battle in the Entity’s realms.”
The other character is a Killer. Players will get to control (or run away from) Pyramid Head. So, yay! He’s known in the game as The Executioner, ”a merciless killer fixated on dispensing punishment through pain. Never without his hulking blade in tow, Pyramid Head will step into the fog to live out his nefarious duty.”
Silent Hill, released back in 1999 by Konami, has continued to retain a lot of interest in gaming circles and horror fandoms. A live-action film adaptation was released in 2006 with a sequel following in 2012.
“We are so thrilled to have the legendary Silent Hill join the ranks of Dead by Daylight Mobile,” shared Alexandre Rogaume, Senior Product Manager. “We are huge fans of the franchise and to know that mobile players can survive and kill as these iconic characters is a huge milestone for us, one that we are very proud of.”
For those who might not know, Dead by Daylight Mobile is a 4 vs 1 game that pits four Survivors against a Killer. It was launched in April of this year for iOS and Mobile devices. Of course, this title is available on other platforms, too.
Do make sure to read our review of Dead by Daylight on the Nintendo Switch.
As for Behaviour Interactive, it’s proud of being “Canada’s largest independent game developer and publisher.” It was founded in 1992.
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