Dead By Daylight Devs Hosting First Games Showcase On August 3 – TheGamer

Dead By Daylight Devs Hosting First Games Showcase On August 3 – TheGamer

The showcase will include the reveal of Behaviour Interactive’s next major release.
Behaviour Interactive, the folks behind the popular horror game Dead By Daylight, is holding its first-ever games showcase next month. The Behaviour Beyond event promises to bring exciting announcements concerning Dead By Daylight and its future. It also promises some surprises that will set the stage for other games and universes from the developer. Behaviour Beyond is streaming on August 3 at 1:30 pm EST and you can watch the live stream of the event on Behaviour Interactive’s YouTube or Twitch channels.
The Behaviour Beyond showcase is taking place right on the eve of the developer’s 30th anniversary. The inaugural event plans to give viewers a look at what the developer has been working on including upcoming content, game updates, and more. Plus, the event will feature the world premiere of Behaviour Interactive’s next big release.
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Of course, a large portion of the event will focus on the dev's biggest IP, Dead by Daylight. The multiplayer action-horror game is a popular choice amongst players boasting over 50 million global players and surpassing over a billion hours of in-game play this year alone. Therefore, viewers will be eager to see what is in store for the game, like that rumored Fortnite crossover.
This showcase would be the perfect opportunity for the developer to offer more information on the upcoming Resident Evil and Attack on Titan crossovers that have already been announced. While we know they are planned, there is still a mystery surrounding what these crossovers will look like. However, we do know that the Attack on Titan crossover won't introduce any new killers or survivors. Plus, the event is the perfect platform to feature news on the upcoming Halloween, Winter, Lunar New Year, and anniversary events planned for the game.
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