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Dead By Daylight fans raised over $1.5 million for mental health research centers

A lot of good can come from your evil misdoings in Dead by Daylight.

While Dead by Daylight is a horrific multiplayer experience, its fans have given over $1.5 million to mental health research centers in Canada, the U.S., and around the world. Behaviour Interactive, the developer of the game, has announced the news today.

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To help celebrate their 30th anniversary, Behaviour Interactive has provided this astonishing amount of cash to the Brain and Behaviour Research Foundation across 16 centers across Canada. This was raised through the in-game purchase of The Charity Case Collection, which has 26 cosmetic items for characters like Claudette, Meg, Dwight, Jake, Nea, The Wraith, The Huntress, and The Nurse. All of the proceeds are going towards the BBRF from this DLC pack.

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The Brain and Behaviour Research Foundation provides grants to those “who find advances and breakthroughs in scientific research,” states the store page on Steam.

Dead by Daylight is continuing to please horror game fans as more original and film characters are released in the game. This multiplayer title has had the likes of Stranger Things’ Demogorgon, Saw‘s Jigsaw, Scream‘s Ghostface, Resident Evil’s Nemesis, and Silent Hill’s Pyramid Head, among many other horror juggernauts. Next month, we’re going to have some content based on the popular film The Ring.

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The British “Canadian” Chris Penwell has been a video game journalist since 2013 and now has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from MacEwan University. He loves to play JRPGs and games with a narrative.