Dead by Daylight Special Edition - PS4/XB1 - £19.99 (Prime) / £21.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Dead by Daylight Special Edition - PS4/XB1 - £19.99 (Prime) / £21.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Found this luckily just before I purchased it from Game for £25!

Dead by Daylight will include the Dead by Daylight full game, along with the following extra content
• The Original Soundtrack
• The 80's Suitcase add-on
• The Bloodstained Sack add-on
• The Of Flesh and Mud chapter add-on
• And a future DLC to be announced!
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Also 19.99 @ argos, really good game
naarmi

Also 19.99 @ argos, really good game



​Yeah a great game if you can find one. Struggled to find a match last time I tried. (last month on pc version)
Great game, graphics ain't the best but its just so much fun as either killer or survivor. Had about 6 games last night to try it out and only one match I had to wait a few mins for it to find people. If anyone wants to have a go with a noob add me - Sijoe_
How does it compare to the Friday 13th game? They sound very similar.
bren26

How does it compare to the Friday 13th game? They sound very similar.



​It's crap compared to F13, really limited for both survivors and killers who have way less to do than in F13. There's absolutely no community either, and tbh there's no real need for teamwork in the game, whereas in Friday the 13th everyone is chatting and sharing information, taking on different roles to ensure you all escape etc.

There's really no comparison beyond the fact they're asymmetric horror games. Friday the 13th is so much better, even with the horrendous crashes and glitches. I've put 80 hours into it since it released, whereas I've barely wanted to touch DbD after playing a handful of games that all played out the same way
Beats the woeful PlayStation Store price! Heat added!
£18.99 at base
McPoo

​It's crap compared to F13, really limited for both survivors and killers … ​It's crap compared to F13, really limited for both survivors and killers who have way less to do than in F13. There's absolutely no community either, and tbh there's no real need for teamwork in the game, whereas in Friday the 13th everyone is chatting and sharing information, taking on different roles to ensure you all escape etc.There's really no comparison beyond the fact they're asymmetric horror games. Friday the 13th is so much better, even with the horrendous crashes and glitches. I've put 80 hours into it since it released, whereas I've barely wanted to touch DbD after playing a handful of games that all played out the same way



​Thanks for that review. I have Friday so this sounded interesting until I read your post.
Been playing on PS4 this weekend and really enjoying it (not played Friday 13th). No problems finding games at all.
I think in this game if the survivors could talk to each other it would give them to much of an advantage.
pavel76

£18.99 at base



It was £20.84 around the time this (Amazon) "Deal" thread was created.

Also, for information:

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Alipan

Been playing on PS4 this weekend and really enjoying it (not played … Been playing on PS4 this weekend and really enjoying it (not played Friday 13th). No problems finding games at all.I think in this game if the survivors could talk to each other it would give them to much of an advantage.



​I think the problem is that the killer barely feels more powerful than the survivors. In F13, the counselors can communicate and coordinate attacks/repair runs etc but to counter it, Jason is proper powerful. There's a risk/reward to everything.

In DbD there doesn't seem to be any need for communication because everyone's doing the exact same role, just in different parts of the map. Made some noise? Just rotate around the map to the next generator and carry on. The killer isn't really much of a threat because it's dead obvious when you've alerted him, so you scamper before he's even got to you
McPoo

​I think the problem is that the killer barely feels more powerful than t … ​I think the problem is that the killer barely feels more powerful than the survivors. In F13, the counselors can communicate and coordinate attacks/repair runs etc but to counter it, Jason is proper powerful. There's a risk/reward to everything.In DbD there doesn't seem to be any need for communication because everyone's doing the exact same role, just in different parts of the map. Made some noise? Just rotate around the map to the next generator and carry on. The killer isn't really much of a threat because it's dead obvious when you've alerted him, so you scamper before he's even got to you



​Until you aquire decent perks for the killer, then finding survivors becomes a lot easier. Especially some tracking perks
McPoo

I think the problem is that the killer barely feels more powerful than … I think the problem is that the killer barely feels more powerful than the survivors. In F13, the counselors can communicate and coordinate attacks/repair runs etc but to counter it, Jason is proper powerful. There's a risk/reward to everything.In DbD there doesn't seem to be any need for communication because everyone's doing the exact same role, just in different parts of the map. Made some noise? Just rotate around the map to the next generator and carry on. The killer isn't really much of a threat because it's dead obvious when you've alerted him, so you scamper before he's even got to you



I understand what your saying but I've played about 20 matches so far and only escaped twice so the killer seems powerful enough to me! But its early days on PS4 and lots of people are still getting up to speed (myself included) so I don't know how it will play out in the long term.
Friday the 13th sounds good and I would like to try that as well - why did they both come out at the same time!!!
metallica182

​Thanks for that review. I have Friday so this sounded interesting until I … ​Thanks for that review. I have Friday so this sounded interesting until I read your post.



​The technical issues are bad too. I know F13 has some shocking problems with disconnects, matchmaking and crashing but DbD makes me feel a bit ill. Trying to keep track of a zig-zagging survivor in first person while they're running through a cornfield, all at sub-30fps isn't a pleasant experience. And I don't care about framerate at all normally, I just think it's particularly noticeable here because of the nature of what you're doing.

It's not as bad as a survivor, but then you've got the problem that the game is boring playing as them
Alipan

I understand what your saying but I've played about 20 matches so far and … I understand what your saying but I've played about 20 matches so far and only escaped twice so the killer seems powerful enough to me! But its early days on PS4 and lots of people are still getting up to speed (myself included) so I don't know how it will play out in the long term.Friday the 13th sounds good and I would like to try that as well - why did they both come out at the same time!!!



Yeah lol, it's weird how two very niche, similarly themed games came out within a couple of weeks of each other! I think F13 was probably rushed a bit too so it could be out first, which is probably why it had such awful glitches and bugs.

I guess I must have just played against bad killers in DbD. I've done alright as the killer myself, although the times I have failed to kill people is usually down to be getting disoriented when trying to chase them, so they get away.

I definitely recommend F13 though. I dunno how it is on PS4, but cos of the matchmaking issues XB had, everyone started using the "looking for group" XBL function, so as a result there's a proper good community. Everyone's dead nice and has a mic so there's never any moments without chatter, which makes for good teamwork and makes Jason even creepier when you know he's listening in on you. It's great when he talks back too
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