Dead by Daylight Beta Key Giveaway
Dead by Daylight, the game that lets you and four friends play through a horror movie scenario where one of you is a psychotic killer and the rest are trying to survive, is now in closed beta. Fans are trying out the game and it’s looking really great so far, with some fun survival horror gameplay that really takes advantage of the asymmetrical multiplayer aspects. Many have gotten access, but most are still left out. Thankfully we’ve got a bunch of extra codes and are going to give them out to all of you.
How do you get one of these magical Dead by Daylight beta keys? Simple, leave a comment down below, or respond to this tweet. Actually, you can do both, which will double your chances of receiving one of our Dead by Daylight beta keys. The keys will be handed out randomly over the next few days, so get your comments in early to increase your chances.
On the official Steam page, Dead by Daylight is described as “a multiplayer (4vs1) horror game where one player takes on the role of the savage Killer, and the other four players play as Survivors, trying to escape the Killer and avoid being caught and killed.”
Dead by Daylight hits PC on June 14th.
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