Dead by Daylight: A Binding of Kin Chapter
- PS Plus required for online play
- Online play required
- Supports up to 5 online players with PS Plus
A Binding of Kin is a new Chapter for Dead by Daylight. It includes a unique Killer but 2 characters: The Twins (Charlotte & Victor), and a Survivor, Élodie Rakoto. Purchasing the add-on will unlock its new Killers, new Survivor, and an exclusive item for the Survivor: Elodie’s Sunset Crop.
The new Killer comes as a pair: conjoined twins from 17th century France, Charlotte and Victor Deshayes formed an emotional bond like none other. After a life of hardship and suffering, The Entity has twisted their love for one another into something truly terrifying. The new Survivor is Élodie Rakoto. Cunning, smart, and resolute, Élodie Rakoto spent her life trying to uncover the mystery of her parents’ disappearance. Grief-stricken and guilt-ridden, Élodie turned to the occult to find the answers she was looking for.
- PS4, PS5
- Starbreeze Publishing AB
- Horror, Horror, Unique
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense).
You can download and play this content on the main PS5 console associated with your account (through the “Console Sharing and Offline Play” setting) and on any other PS5 consoles when you login with your same account.
WARNING: PHOTOSENSITIVITY/EPILEPSY SEIZURES
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