PUBG is teaming up with Dead by Daylight for a spooky crossover event.
Dubbed “the world’s deadliest hide-and-seek game,” the all-new Battle Royale mode will feature many of the mechanics familiar to Dead by Deadlight fans, including broken generators to repair, killers, survivors, and terrified fleeing through gates. exit. at the end of the match.
Here’s a new sneak peek showing off the new mode:
By repairing the generators, the survivors can “effectively blind and disorient” the killer, and the blue zone lockers can be destroyed to prevent the survivors from being “sacrificed”. You will be asked if you would like to play as a Survivor or Killer before the match begins, during which the latter will play in first-person perspective and the former in third-person perspective.
Developer Krafton has also confirmed that characters will exist in three states; normal, damaged and knocked out. Take too much damage and you’ll be sent to the Blue Zone Locker which will naturally be visible to other survivors.
“One day, everything was consumed by the Mist. Just like that. No one knows why,” Krafton jokes in the ad.
“Expeditions were sent out, us right now, to study and report on the buried secrets of the Mists. But it didn’t take us long to discover something else hidden here… We call it the KILLER.”
It all sounds like a pretty effective way to combine the key features of PUGB and Dead by Daylight, and as you’d no doubt expect, it comes packed with quests, rewards, and bonus items. The limited time mode is now live and will run on PC and console until 11pm PST November 6 / November 7 8am CEST / 4pm KST.
PUBG New State, the popular mobile spin-off of the original Battle Royale game, will also have a Dead by Daylight crossover event. It also recently introduced a new anti-cheat technology. (opens in a new tab) which says it has halved the number of cheaters playing the mobile shooter.
Called Fog of War, the new system, which developer Krafton says is “the first of its kind in mobile gaming,” works by limiting the “game information a player receives” when using X-ray vision or wall hacks. .
While it has only been implemented in a “limited capacity” so far, Krafton says lobbyists using the anti-cheat system saw X-ray vision cheats drop by “more than 50 percent” and as much as 62 percent “in key regions.” “.
Krafton also recently announced that it has “begun active development” on a new project based on the Korean Fantasy Novel, The Bird That Drinks Tears (opens in a new tab).