Dead By Daylight Adding Silent Hill Content, Including Pyramid Head

The new content pack for the 4 vs. 1 asymmetric horror game includes Pyramid Head, Cheryl Mason, and a familiar elementary school.

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It's been a long six years since P.T. first debuted, but while the long-cancelled Silent Hills may never emerge, you can at least get your Silent Hill fix in Dead By Daylight. The team behind the frighteningly popular asymmetric horror game--which pits four survivors against a super-powerful monster--has announced some upcoming Silent Hill DLC, which releases on June 16.

According to the trailer, the DLC will include Silent Hill 2 antagonist Pyramid Head (also known as the Executioner) and Silent Hill 3 protagonist Cheryl Mason as playable characters, along with Midwich Elementary School, an important level from the very first Silent Hill. While the trailer doesn't mention a price, Dead by Daylight's licensed DLCs vary in price from $7 to $12, and are not able to be purchased with the game's free currency. All aspects of the new Silent Hill Chapter are now live in Dead By Daylight's Public Test Build.

Dead By Daylight's latest DLC, Chains of Hate, was released back in March. Last September, the game's Stranger Things DLC came out, which added the Demogorgon and several other features to the game. Rumors of a Silent Hill revamp have swirled throughout 2020, and Konami flatly denied them back in March, but with this reveal, it's hard to know what to believe now.

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