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Dead by Daylight Mobile Celebrates One-Year Anniversary as Game Reaches 17 Million Downloads Worldwide

Behaviour Interactive’s Dead by Daylight asymmetrical multiplayer horror game continues to thrive on console and PC five years after its initial launch, but its mobile release has also been making waves since releasing last year. Today, on its one-year anniversary, the developer is celebrating the occasion by announcing some notable figures; in particular, that Dead by Daylight mobile has reached 17 million downloads worldwide on iOS and Android.

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“Building up the?DbD?Mobile team and game was a year-long process where I got to work with a group of truly talented, warm and often hilarious people”, says Dead by Daylight Mobile Producer,?Valentine?Dessertenne.?‘We’re all deeply proud of the game we made, and this shows in how far we’ve taken?DbDM?from a barely-there prototype to a flourishing live game. I’m excited to see what’s next for?DbDM?and this awesome team we’ve put together.”?

Several other milestones were also disclosed as the team reviewed the year in numbers. For example, a reminder that the first million downloads were exceeded just 48 hours after release, while close to 60 million trials have been played and 170 million generators repaired?overall.

In terms of content, Behaviour Interactive has kept a blistering pace as the past year saw the arrival of 11 new iconic characters?for players to enjoy. In April 2020, the legendary Bill from Left4Dead, as well as Nancy Wheeler, Steve Harrington and the Demogorgon from the?Stranger Things?Chapter all made their way to the game. In May, it was?Leatherface’s?turn?to step into?the Fog. Then came?Dead by Daylight’s original Killer?The?Oni and Survivor Yui Kimura at the end of the summer. In October, the game?welcomed Cheryl Mason and Pyramid Head, known in-game as The?Executioner, from the?iconic?Silent Hill?franchise.?Lastly, this?past February,?Freddy Krueger, known in game as The Nightmare and Quentin Smith from the?A?Nightmare on Elm?Street?Chapter?joined the Entity.?

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Alex Gibson
Alex was a Senior Editor at Twinfinite and worked on the site between January 2017 and March 2023. He covered the ins and outs of Valorant extensively, and frequently provided expert insight into the esports scene and wider video games industry. He was a self-proclaimed history & meteorological expert, and knew about games too. Playing Games Since: 1991, Favorite Genres: RPG, Action