Dead by Daylight Reveals New Killers ‘The Twins’
Though Dead by Daylight comes with a vast choice of notable killers from several cinema’s most iconic horror films, Behaviour Interactive also has a penchant for creating its own collection of twisted killers. From the Japanese-mythology motivated Oni and the grotesque Plague to the recently published Blight and his corrupting serums, it is clear that the heads behind Dead by Daylight have plenty of creepy ideas up their sleeves.
Case in point, the game’s recently declared”A version of Kin” growth, which attracts a monstrous set of new recruits into the game called”The Twins.” Shown off through a cinematic teaser, the dreadful duo are easily some of the very upsetting in Dead by Daylight’s lineup of playable killers to date.
RELATED:Dead By Daylight: 10 Horror Icons Which Will Make Great Killers
For those wondering just how one player will be able to command two monsters concurrently, the trailer begins to sew some hints as to how the game will merge both things into a single killer. The teaser opens as two survivors are unlocking a chest, together with the screeching of crows and the rustle of bushes in the background, hinting that the set isn’t alone. Emerging from the skies, a small, child-sized monster jumps into perspective, clawing in the eyes of a few of the survivors while the other looks on in fear. The creature is followed by an adult-sized foe with a gaping hole in its chest and a sickle on its hands. It kills the struggling survivor before allowing the little creature to scale up its chest and slot to the wound in its chest.
Both critters apparently make for one killer, with the teaser suggesting that the smaller twin can be sent out to incapacitate survivors before its bigger sibling swoops in to complete the job. It’s certainly an interesting new dynamic that may result in some extreme Dead by Daylight games , especially as locking down a survivor with one twin. At the same time, another chases another player can create some unique tactical opportunities. The Twins are also joined by a brand-new survivor, with Élodie Rakoto getting part of this roster.
Adding a new killer into the positions of Dead by Daylight feels to be an appropriate move at the moment, particularly with the game slated to become ported to the Xbox collection X now along with the PlayStation 5 later this week. The new consoles will allegedly bring quite a few updates to the adventure, including enhanced visuals, better load times, and a few significant overhauls to the match maps. It feels like Behaviour is going all out to ensure it’s the definitive Dead by Daylight experience.