Dead by Daylight Mobile hits 17 million downloads

On its 1 year anniversary, Dead by Daylight Mobile reveals, it reached 17 million downloads on Android and iOS.

The mobile version of Dead by Daylight released in April 2020. Developed by Behaviour Interactive, the game is now celebrating its 1 year anniversary. Furthermore, to celebrate this special day, Behaviour Interactive has revealed that Dead by Deadlight Mobile reaches 17 million downloads.

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This milestone is all due to the constant support from the developers. Dead by Daylight Mobile, provides a similarly thrilling and gory 4v1 multiplayer experience as its PC counterpart. Mobile players also enjoy the same content updates that the game dishes out quite frequently. Hence, the game still continues to grow. From Freddy Krueger, Ghostface, Pyramid Head, Dead by Deadlight and its mobile version has some of the most feared faces in pop culture. Catering to both hardcore and casuals.

The Canadian studio Behaviour Interactive shared this wonderful news in their latest press release as they celebrate Dead by Daylight Mobile reaching 17 million downloads within 1 year of release.

This is a very commendable feat from the devs as an asymmetrical horror game is always a niche category of games. Which they managed to perfect onto mobile. And top out on some stiff competition from other popular mobile games. Which usually are more accessible and niche to mobile gamers.

Dead by Daylight Mobile now with 17 million players and still expanding, will get more exciting content updates in the future. Let’s see how long can the developers hold onto this amazing statistic. Dead by Daylight Mobile is free to play, so you can always try it out with friends. The PC and console versions of the game are a great slasher film experience too. Worthy of giving a shot.

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