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Since the announcements of the sixth anniversary of Dead by Daylight, it was revealed that the renowned “I died” would have a new mechanic within the game. This would change so that no obstacle interrupts the visualization of the murderer’s execution, in addition to preventing him from wasting time. That is why after a few months of uncertainty, Behavior Interactive has revealed all the details about it, confirming that both the murderer and the last survivor will be transported to a place on the map where they will be alone and without obstacles.

Dead by Daylight will update the “I died” mechanic soon

These changes were announced by Dead by Daylight as this mechanic is coming to the Game Test Server (PTB) soon. It has been revealed that this mechanic can only be used when there is only one survivor left standing and their other allies are dying, dead, hooked or have escaped. The killer will have a wider vision killer and if he takes down this last survivor it will trigger the mechanic.

The “died” will transport the killer and survivor to a new point on the preset map, where there will be no obstructions blocking the view. It is here that the killer will execute the survivor, while all other allies who are not yet fully killed will be executed by The Entity.

As expected, being on a test server this mechanic can be tested beforehand for players who enter this realm. All bugs will be fixed by Behavior Interactive before release on the official server. However, it will be interesting to see how much the game changes with this mechanic in Dead by Daylight assassins.

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