The asymmetrical multiplayer horror video game Dead by Daylight It is at a decisive point for its future. In the coming weeks there will be a gigantic rework for all the most used perks in the game and a renewal of the progress system that has generated more doubts than certainties. In that sense, now Dead by Daylight asks for the opinion of fans at its most critical moment. He has done it through a survey shared on his Twitter account and in which we can offer our impressions on the most recent content and the one that is yet to come. Taking the survey can take about ten minutes.
Throughout a survey with more than forty questions, Behavior Interactive focuses on two clearly differentiated blocks. The first asks us about our level of satisfaction with recent content like the DLC starring Haddie Kaour, La Draga and the Jardín de la alegría map and the anniversary event that ends just today. The second of the blocks focuses on asking about the content to come (the aforementioned reworks to perks and progress through prestige) and what could come, such as new game modes or content created by the community.
Dead by Daylight plays it all or nothing: is its end near?
Behavior needs to collect as much information as possible to reverse a critical situation. Removing the month of May and June (saved by the DLC and the anniversary event), Dead by Daylight had seven consecutive months of losing players, reaching almost the levels of February 2020. To stop this bleeding, the Canadian company is trying to shake the game and renew it from top to bottom, but much of the community does not agree with the measures taken. Now you have the opportunity to give your opinion about.