There's a lot of big news from the Dead By Daylight anniversary stream, but some slightly less flashy plans could be more important than any number of(well, maybe).
During the stream, Behaviour announced it was working on a few Quality of Life improvements for Dead By Daylight. The most notable was the news there would be anti-camping software coming to snuff out that particular problem quicker than a skilled Trapper.
Dead by Daylight Anti-Camping
The other was the future introduction of AI-controlled survivors dropping in when players drop out of matches. One of the most frustrating things that can happen in Dead By Daylight is the sudden loss of a teammate, so this is about the best solution we can hope for.
Both are in the works, but may not appear until at least the end of 2023. In the meantime, just grit those teeth and we'll keep you updated on these changes when they arrive.
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