Since its release this past year, the multiplayer survival horror game Dead By Daylight has terrorized players with its extreme gameplay that feels straight from a horror movie, with the game set to continue adding more for players down the road.
Talking to DualShockers at this weekend’s New York Comic Con, Behaviour Interactive’therefore lead writer Mathieu Cote shared some details on the recent upgrades such as Dead By Daylight that has been providing new content to players, including the recent introduction of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘s Leatherface as a working killer.
When asked about the capacity of bringing the game over to the Nintendo Switch, Cote clarified that the team doesn’t have plans to produce a Nintendo Switch variation of the title.
Cote clarified that there some regions where producing a Switch version of the game may create challenges, as he cited the “special controls and technical prerequisites” of the Switch being among the chief instances where a port to Switch is more challenging in comparison to those of its current platforms (PS4, Xbox One, and PC).
Apart from the prospects of a Switch variant, Cote additionally added that the group does have programs to support enhancements for the game on Xbox One X (most likely in line with the game’s present support on PS4 Pro). While he didn’t mention certain characteristics or improvements, Cote did state that more general functionality enhancements (for instance, framerate and resolution) could be expected to Xbox One X.