Dead by Daylight not only continues to grow in content and offers to players, its next step is to unify its community and break down the barriers that divide players according to the platform they have chosen to play. Behavior Interactive recently announced on its blog plans to integrate cross-play and cross-progress between different platforms on which its game is available.
The first experiment for this unification occurred between the versions for Steam and the Windows Store that were unified, the next step is for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One players to be able to play together, even with PC players. The implementation of the cross-game also implies a system of compatible friends between different platforms.
The study behind the successful horror multiplayer title wants to take this unification of platforms further and announces that starting next September, Nintendo Switch, PC and Stadia players will have crossed progress, for which they must create a Behavior account so that your data remains on the servers and can thus follow its progression on different platforms. At the moment the study declares that they cannot implement cross progression on the rest of the platforms and cannot guarantee it, but they will continue to try to do so in the future.
Finally, with respect to the version of the mobile game, it is pointed out that it does not enter the cross-game plan as it is significantly different in its architecture and game system, so the studio has decided to give first priority to the implementation of this function among PC and consoles.