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A New Dead by Daylight Chapter, Forged in Fog, Introduces The Knight

Dead by Daylight Forged in Fog

Dead by Daylight has a new chapter, Forged in Fog, adding a new killer, The Knight.

A living corpse crammed into a suit of armour, The Knight promises to be a formidable foe. Should you fork out for this new Dead by Daylight chapter, you’ll the asymmetric multiplayer murder-em-up will let you employ a range of new supernatural skills.

By far the coolest ability the Knight has is to send out a guard, which actively patrols the map. As this killer you can also give them actions and patrol routes, so you can make it attack a generator each time it reaches it.

The Knight’s guards can also attack and down survivors, all without the Knight being present. Does this seem a bit overpowered, given that the guard can also kick a generator to reveal survivor positions? Yes, but it also sounds like a lot of fun.

There’s also a new survivor, Vittorio Toscano who, having acquired mystical abilities due to his time in the Fog, can – amongst other things – pinpoint the killer. On top of that there’s a new map, the Shattered Square, a gloomy ravaged village.

But even if you don’t pay for this new chapter, there’s a neat surprise waiting for Dead by Daylight players. You can now play against bot survivors – in other words, if you want to practice being the Killer, you can populate an entire game with bots. They won’t use perks but it could be a great way to get to grips with the game’s many murderers.

Dead by Daylight: Forged in Fog is out now, available on PlayStation, Xbox and PC. It’ll require the main game which made our list of Best Online Multiplayer Games on Game Pass. Game Pass aside, PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers can also play play the core game for free. And if you want to know every little detail about this DLC you can find the full Forged in Fog release notes here.

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.