Sometimes, the second chance is a charm and it could very well work out in the favor of those pushing forward, which might just be the case with Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST from Behaviour Interactive, the developers behind Dead by Daylight. Here are our thoughts about the Early Access relaunch.
Hot on the heels of their smash-hit title Dead by Daylight success, Behaviour Interactive has announced a relaunch of their cat-and-mouse survival title Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST, starting with a Free Weekend on Steam.
Dead by Daylight is a game that doesn’t just offer a minor learning curve with some of the characters. Some are straight forward, others are not. In the latest tutorial our very won Dustin Murphy takes you on a wild ride to teach you some tips and tricks to use with Wraith while you hunt down survivors. So check it out. Got questions or feedback? Let us know here on the website, our social media, or even our YouTube channel!
+Authentically creepy killers that feel original and unique
+First person as a killer and third as a survivor offers unique balancing to the game
+Each killer has their own abilities and perks allowing for differentiated gameplay
+The addition of Michael Meyers brings home that horror film feel for the game
-Small framerate issues even while on a PlayStation 4 Pro with boost mode enabled
-Queue times for matches can be somewhat painful. Some have exceeded ten minutes as a killer.
-Survivors can’t fight back against the killer.
Dead by Daylight Trapper Concept Art | Courtesy: Behaviour Interactive
When Turtle Rock Studio’s first launched Evolve there was no doubt they’d landed on something unforeseen. Never had a developer, a publisher, or anyone made a game where four players would try to survive a fight against a monster. It was a trend that quickly became grasped upon by developer Behavior Interactive when their smash-hit horror survival PvP title Dead by Daylight premiered on Steam.
Since the debut of Dead by Daylight it has been the predecessor to other cloned games and even by a high-profiled rival under the name of Friday the 13th: The Game. It’s a game that isn’t shy about being one of the most-played titles on Twitch since the second half of 2016. It’s a game that has also now become one of the hottest titles to own on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Thanks to Behavior for letting us get our Killer’s gloves dirty, we’ve finally had a chance to sit down, and hammer out over 172 matches worth as the killer and a rough 50 as survivors.