After seemingly hinting at a possible Five Nights at Freddy’s crossover, Dead by Daylight officially introduces an entirely different Killer.

Dead by daylight fans, what were you waiting for Five nights at Freddy’s crossover, they have been misled by the developers as the official reveal of a new Killer and Survivor has introduced a completely different approach. Recently, the game also received a portion of Strange things content for existing characters from the popular television show.

the Strange things crossover originally landed on Dead by daylight A year and a half ago, we introduced Demogorgon as the new Assassin with Nancy Wheeler and Steve Harrington taking on the roles of the new Survivors. This month, however, the previous chapter received an unlikely content addition in the form of The Days of Growth Collection. The free update included new skins for the Strange things characters.

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Dead by daylight The developers have revealed the next chapter coming to the game, introducing a new assassin, the Trickster, which has the less scary exterior reminiscent of a random K-Pop idol. According to the official backstory published by IGN, he really is a Korean singer who has developed in collaboration with former BTS producer DJ Swivel. The survivor, Yun-Jin Lee, continues the theme being a music producer who previously worked with the killer. Both characters are now available on test servers so that players can take advantage of the new perks and learn the unique gameplay features of the newcomers. It is worth noting that the original rumor suggested a FNaF crossover with a possible animatronic beast like the Assassin. The developers apparently hinted at it themselves with a Twitter post, which featured an in-game image of a room full of monitors. The scene seemed extremely familiar to FNaF fans, and on top of that, DBDThe Twitter account changed its logo to include the same static glitches as those present in the FNaF logo. The clue was pretty obvious, but now it’s clear that the community has been misled.

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Although the new Killer is a completely original character with a rich backstory partially inspired by the Joker’s descent into madness, his appearance seems strangely out of place. It’s a bit strange considering how thoroughly Behavior Interactive has been building its horror universe in Dead by daylight. According to an in-depth interview with game director Mathieu Coté, the studio has invested a lot of hard work to make Dead by daylight an ultimate horror experience, now somewhat threatened by the addition of colorful K-Pop characters.

Brain games between developers and players are always entertaining, but to be satisfying and rewarding, this approach has to offer something exciting in the end, even if it completely contradicts fan theories. Dead by daylight The developers did the exact same thing by hinting at a Five nights at Freddy’s crossover and eventually ditching it, but it failed to provide an equally great replacement. The new characters should have been at least somewhat admirable so as not to disappoint the fans. Instead, the community was greeted with a killer whose mediocre appearance is not scary at all, and hardly fits the style and atmosphere of the game.

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Sources: Dead by daylight, IGN, Dead by Daylight – Twitter

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