Dead by Daylight: Curtain Call is Available Now on Consoles
Behaviour announced that their latest DLC pack, Curtain Call, for the award winning horror survival game Dead by Daylight has made it to console in both Europe and North America. The game is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in both regions.
Check out the launch trailer of Dead by Daylight: Curtain Call, featuring a cinematic video:
“Curtain Call was released to celebrate the two-year anniversary of Dead by Daylight. Players will get to meet our new killer, The Clown. We’re excited to see how players deal with his intoxicating mechanics to capture survivors and put an end to their running.
Joining the survivor ranks is Kate Denson, a former singer, now trapped in a nightmare with the others. Can she outwit the killers to keep her fellow survivors safe?
If you are just joining us, step into one of our brand new tutorials as well. We have them set up on the Survivor and Killer sides of the game to help teach players the best way to live or die in Dead By Daylight.
Finally, you will be able to use our brand new in-game store on consoles as well to build your repetoire of cosmetics for all characters in the game. So console fans, welcome aboard, we have a horrific summer planned for you!
About Behaviour Interactive
Established in Montreal, Behaviour Interactive is Canada’s largest independent game developer, employing over 450 talented people. The studio has sold more than 60 million games on every platform since its beginnings in 1992, including the award-winning original IP Dead by Daylight, which has sold over 4 million copies to date. Over 200 million people have played Behaviour’s mobile games. The company’s activities are divided within four business units: Digital, Studios, Mobile Publishing and Business Solutions. Behaviour collaborates with many of the world’s top brands and corporations including Activision Blizzard, Air Canada, Bombardier, Codemasters, Double Down, Disney, DreamWorks, EA, GAEA, HBO, La Capitale, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Pixar, Sony, Starbreeze, Ubisoft, and WB Games.”