Dead By Daylight Cross-Play Is Now Available
You can play with friends across PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Cross-progression will be hitting Stadia next month.
Dead by Daylight has now introduced cross-play and cross-friends, letting you survive the horror game with friends across PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. This follows Behavior linking up the Steam and Windows 10 communities with cross-play.
According to the announcement, this also came alongside cross-friends functionality, letting you keep one unified friends list across platforms. The studio had previously mentioned cross-progression on Stadia in September. Cross-play or progression doesn't appear to be in the cards for the mobile version.
Behavior Interactive says Dead by Daylight has reached more than 25 million players across all platforms, with about 1 million players daily. With most of those communities now able to play together, the share of players who can all join together is much bigger.
The game was first was released in 2016, and we recently published an updated Dead by Daylight review. It has continued to be updated since launch with new content and crossovers with other horror games like Silent Hill.
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