Dead by Daylight now supports cross-play between PC and consoles

Developer Behaviour Interactive has given a good old yank on its update deployment lever for asynchronous multiplayer horror hit Dead by Daylight, unleashing its previously promised cross-play support for PC and consoles.

Cross-play is available now on Steam, the Microsoft Store, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch (but not mobile devices), meaning players across all supported versions can leap into the same matchmaking pool. As Behaviour’s FAQ explains, though, those who’d rather opt of cross-play can do so – although this may increase the length of time it takes to find a game.

Dead by Daylight’s latest update also introduces a unified friends list for consoles and PC (Behaviour’s calling this its “Cross-Friends” feature), meaning it’s possible to team up with pals regardless of their preferred platform. It’s worth noting, however, that there’s no in-game chat support on consoles, so you’ll need to do your communicating the old-fashioned way.

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