The Ghost Face liked to stalk his victims.
Ghost Face is a downloadable content (DLC) for Dead by Daylight action-horror game made and published by Behaviour Digital Inc.. The Ghost Face can stalk Survivors to find their vulnerabilities, making them exposed for a limited time. He’d follow them from the local bar, snapping pictures of them at home while looking for a way in. He could study the same victim for weeks, meticulously registering their habits. He’d return when the urge swelled inside him, too great to ignore. By then he knew exactly what to do. While the Night Shroud is active: The Ghost Face’s Terror Radius shrinks to nil. Under these conditions, The Ghost Face becomes Stealth, as long as he stays unseen from all Survivors.
|Release Date: 18 Jun, 2019|
Developer: Behaviour Digital Inc.
Publisher: Behaviour Digital Inc.
Dead by Daylight: Ghost Face
Steam Download – Dead by Daylight: Ghost Face
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- The Ghost Face add-on includes two exclusive items for The Ghost face, the Monochrome Maniac body and Silvery Steel Tactical Knife weapon, only available as part of the DLC. Please note that this item cannot be purchased separately.
- After picking up a Survivor, all Generators not being repaired by Survivors are blocked by The Entity and cannot be repaired for a limited time. Affected generators are highlighted by a white aura.
- When Survivors create a loud noise outside your Terror Radius, their aura is revealed for a limited time.
- You become obsessed with one Survivor. When your Obsession is hooked, the Perk receives a token. Each token decreases your Terror Radius during a chase. Next time a Survivor rescues someone from the hook, the rescuer becomes the Obsession.
Dead by Daylight: Ghost Face Trailer
Dead by Daylight: Ghost Face Review
Ghost Face is a brand-new Killer for Dead by Daylight. The DLC unlocks its new Killer and two exclusive items, the Monochrome Maniac body and Silvery Steel Tactical Knife weapon. At first glance, Jed Olsen was a kind and enthusiastic freelancer with experience at various small newspapers. He was hired at the Roseville Gazette, whose staff appreciated how easy-going he seemed. Olsen didn’t have to justify his erratic career path, which zigzagged between Utah and Philadelphia. He had a good attitude and a decent portfolio, which showed he’d covered serious news such as unsolved murders. Most importantly, he was ready to start right away. Five months later, the Roseville Murders began: victims ranging from young to old, stabbed to death in their homes. The whole staff was working the story. The number of victims surged as Olsen worked the story. To heighten the swelling panic in Roseville, Olsen produced the footage of a hooded figure breaking into a house at night. Olsen’s masked face, a white blur in the dark, stared at the camera for a second, before disappearing inside. “The Ghost Face Caught on Tape” was the title Olsen gave the article. He was proud of his work, enjoying how the whole town now feared a ghost story. When the investigation started to point in his direction, he left Roseville swiftly. He had written and collected a dozen of articles, all of which fed his legend. Finding a satisfying challenge next would be difficult, yet opportunity found him. Ghost Face is a lot of fun to play, I definitely suggest trying him out.