‘Dead By Daylight’ Will Come Out In Spring 2020 For Android And iOS

One of the most popular survival horror games out there is Dead By Daylight, and we will soon be able to play it on iOS and Android. Back in June 2019, Behaviour Interactive has talked about the release of Dead by Daylight Mobile for later in 2019. However, the developers did not meet the deadline. Right now, they promise us the mobile version for spring 2020.

The game will be optimized to run on both iOS and Android, and it will come with amazing features and game modes found on console and PC. they will also change the controls for mobile.

Dead By Daylight Might Launch This Spring On Android And iOS

The game was found in the list on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The developers have talked about the Android users in the USA and EMEA, who can pre-register for the game on the Google Play Store. For the iOS version, people will have to go to the Behaviour Interactive website. For these users, the developers have prepared some perks:

  • First level: 500K pre-registration – Weekend T-Shirt or Surf Tone, Two-tone Coat, Training Top, The Scarecrow, 2000 Iridescent Shards
  • Second level: 750K pre-registrations – Watermelon Pants; Sports Leggings, Marked Spike Maul, Red Flash Boots, 3000 Iridescent Shards.
  • Third level: one million pre-registrations – Preppy Flat cap; Jogging Headband; Colorful Headscarf; Bill Overbeck; 5000 Iridescent Shards.

Dead By Daylight Remains A Popular Horror Game

This game is one of the most popular ones out there. There’s a team of 4 players who need to fight against a single opponent. The team needs to escape in order to win, and the one player – the hunter – needs to kill the team before it is too late.

Those who survive will choose one character from a number of 17 characters in Dead By Daylight. In case you win, you will have to choose between Dwight Fairfield, Meg Thomas, Claudette Morel, Jake Park, Nea Karlsson, Laurie Strode, William ‘Bill’ Overbeck, Ace Visconti, Feng Min, David King, Quentin Smith, David Tapp, Kate Denson, Adam Francis, Jeff Johansen, Jane Romero, and Ash Williams.