Silent Hill’s Characters Are Coming to Dead by Daylight Mobile

Some iconic characters from Silent Hill are making their way to the mobile installment of Dead by Daylight. Long time fans of the beloved horror saga will be able to hunt or be hunted as Pyramid Head or Cheryl Mason, respectively. Do keep in mind that this update will be available on October 26th and is only coming to the mobile game.

Behaviour Interactive is bringing some well-known franchise Silent Hill to the mobile version of Dead by Daylight. This download is coming soon, as it will be available starting on October 26th.

Two characters from the franchise are making their way to The Entity: survivor Cheryl Mason, previously known as Heather, who, after escaping from the religious cult that has chased her since birth, will be fighting an eternal battle in The Entity’s realms. The new killer is a franchise favorite, Pyramid Head, although he’ll be known in the game as The Executioner. True to his nature, The Executioner is a merciless killer fixated on dispensing punishment through pain. 

In regards to this addition to their mobile game, Senior Product Manager Alexandre Rogaume expressed the following:

We are so thrilled to have the legendary Silent Hill join the ranks of Dead by Daylight Mobile. We are huge fans of the franchise and to know that mobile players can survive and kill as these iconic characters is a huge milestone for us, one that we are very proud of.

The mobile version of Dead by Daylight came out in April 2020, reaching 10 million downloads to date. Silent Hill, on the other hand, came out in 1999 by Konami and is regarded as a cult-classic of the horror game genre. Long time horror game fans playing the mobile version of the game will be glad to be chased around by Pyramid Head or even incarnating the famous killer.

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