Trailer: Resident Evil Event Coming To ‘Dead By Daylight’ In June

Sometimes the most fun can be had in a video game with a simple premise. Ya know, like chasing after a couple of people and skewering them on a meat hook. The good old fashion kind of fun.
Or maybe sometimes you just wanna release a deadly bioweapon on an unsuspecting city. Maybe run a couple of experiments on humans and dogs to see if they can be turned into savage killing machines. Ah, the good old days before social media. Now all kids want to do is label each other with made-up words and murder grammar in cold blood with pronouns.
At least there are games like Dead By Daylight to help us suppress our rage for a day or two.
Thanks to Nintendo Life for showing off the newly released trailer for the Resident Evil event. Rather than a cemetery or abandoned building, this event plops you on the streets of Racoon City. The T-Virus has zombified the citizens, and Nemesis is on your trail. He is very determined to see S.T.A.R.S.
The art style and character designs align with the newer versions of Resident Evil 2 and 3. Don’t go into this expecting the classic Nemesis, Leon, or Jill.

From the ravaged streets of Raccoon City to the black Fog of the Entity’s Realm. The hunt is on… The Resident Evil Chapter is coming to Dead by Daylight on June 15th. It includes a Killer, The Nemesis; two Survivors, Leon S. Kennedy and Jill Valentine; and a new map of the iconic Raccoon City police station

Dead By Daylight is a haven for horror fans, especially horror film fans. DLC for the game includes Freddy Krueger, Leatherface, and Michael Myers, to name a few. Yep. It’s a murder and torture simulator with your favorite video nasty icons!
Dead By Daylight is available on Steam, XBOX, and Playstation.
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