Asymmetrical multiplayer games have come and gone but a few like Behaviour Interactive’s Dead by Daylight still maintain a healthy player base. Big changes are coming up which the developer outlined in a new developer diary. You can check that out below or the official forum post here.
These changes include changes to the HUD, which is cleaner but still familiar for long-time players. Character Portraits are also being added to Survivor names to better distinguish them. Each Survivor will also have a hook counter to let you know which ones have been hooked (and who’s close to death) while the Killer can see a meter for their hook progress.
Matchmaking ratings are also making a comeback and will do away with ranks for matchmaking. Instead, they’ll provide a number of Bloodpoints each months based on a player’s highest rank. Animations are also being improved to look more realistic while realms like Crotus Prenn Asylum and Gideon Meat Plant are receiving some changes.
Dead by Daylight is currently available for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS and Google Stadia. It also recently released for Xbox Series X/S and PS5.