It comes as a massive surprise that a Silent Hill DLC is heading to Dead By Daylight next month. It’s been six years since the P.T. demo changed how future horror games were developed. Unfortunately, the relationship between Hideo Kojima and Konami soured, leaving fans majorly disappointed a full game was never produced.
We may never actually see a full Silent Hill title, but you can at least get a taste in Dead By Daylight. Behaviour Interactive, the developer behind the game, announced the Silent Hill DLC, which is releasing on June 16th.
The DLC will include the Silent Hill 2’s Pyramid Head (or the Executioner) and Silent Hill 3’s Cheryl Mason, as playable characters. Midwich Elementary School, a level from the first Silent Hill, will also be included. A price was not mentioned, but most of Dead By Daylight’s DLC is between $7 and $12, and can’t be bought with in-game currency. The Silent Hill Chapter is currently available in the Dead By Daylight Public Test Build. You can see the DLC trailer below:
The latest DLC released for Dead By Daylight was Chains of Hate, back in March. Last September, the team added a Stranger Things DLC, brining the Demogorgon and several other features. Rumors that another Silent Hill title being developed have been swirling around throughout the year, but Konami completely denied them back in March.