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Dead by Daylight Attack on Titan Crossover Announced

Dead by Daylight Attack on Titan Crossover Announced

Behavior Interactive announced Dead by Daylight will get an Attack on Titan crossover sometime in the future. This information was revealed during the Dead by Daylight 6th anniversary livestream. However, the Attack on Titan event will only involve cosmetics. This means characters from Attack on Titan will not necessarily appear in Dead by Daylight. Instead, already established characters will have costumes inspired by prominent characters from the series.

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A total of three Attack on Titan costumes will be available. The Survivors Dwight and Zarina will receive costumes inspired by Eren Yaeger and Hange Zoe, respectively. Where the Oni, an original Killer in Dead by Daylight, will receive an Armored Titan costume. However, certain unique elements will be added to the Armored Titan costume. These include what appears to be ice-like protrusions and a weapon with a similar theme.

You can take a look at concept art for the cosmetics below.

While this is the first anime-inspired crossover in Dead by Daylight, the isometric horror game featured video game-related crossovers in the past. These include Silent Hill and Resident Evil. These crossovers introduced Survivors and Killers associated with each franchise, which meant Silent Hill 2‘s Pyramid Head and Resident Evil 3‘s Nemesis were added into the game.

Dead by Daylight is available for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Android and iOS devices.

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