Is Stranger things leaving dead by daylight?
Unfortunately, today it was announced that all Stranger Things content would be leaving the popular asymmetric horror multiplayer game Dead By Daylight on November 17, 2021. While the game uses plenty of established horror IPs, perhaps none of them are bigger than the hit Netflix show Stranger Things. Game RantDead by Daylight: Everything You Need to Know About Stranger Things Leaving the Game
16 August, 2021 - 04:39pm
STRANGER THINGS is a brand-new Chapter for Dead by Daylight, which includes a new Killer, two Survivors and a Map. Purchasing the STRANGER THINGS DLC will unlock its new Killer, new Survivors, and exclusive items for the new survivors.
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16 August, 2021 - 03:59pm
You won't be able to buy the characters either
Dead by Daylight developer Behaviour Interactive announced the upcoming changes in a post to its official site today, revealing that your last day to purchase Stranger Things content in the game and play in the Underground Complex map will be November 17, 2021. Any characters (and character skins) you've purchased by that point will be yours to keep and continue using, but since you don't buy maps, that's it for the Complex.
Meanwhile, the Stranger Things Chapter DLC itself will be 60% off from August 18 through September 1 on Steam, PlayStation, Xbox, Stadia, and Switch. Dead by Daylight: Stranger Things Edition (which bundles in the base game and the Stranger Things chapter) will be 50% off on Steam, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia for the same window.
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While the latest tweet for the game only had a vague reference to the 1987 cinematic debut of Clive Barker's BDSM priest, audio files posted to Discord revealed the word HELL via spectrogram, while previous tweets spelled out the word "RAISE". Put the two together, and you've got a good guess as to the identity of the next killer in Dead by Daylight.
If you're unfamiliar with the Hellraiser franchise and Pinhead, the horror film series usually deals with people encountering a puzzle box that summons the Cenobites, former humans who have a fondness for extreme sadomasochism, leather, and lots of hooks.
Pinhead in particular is notable for his appearance living up to his name, as his entire head has nails hammered into it. The character has so far appeared in the entire Hellraiser film series and was primarily portrayed by Doug Bradley from 1987 through to 2005, Stephan Smith Collins in 2011's Hellraiser: Revelations, and Paul T. Taylor in 2018's Hellraiser: Judgement.