Dead by Daylight has bolstered one of the most diverse monsters casts in any horror game. This includes both the game’s terrifying original character and famous horror DLC characters. However, one of those DLC characters is leaving as the leather face will depart the game. This will profoundly impact both the game and players moving forward.
Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre will be left Dead By Daylight and will no longer be purchasable afterward.
The reason for this appears to be the newTexas Chainsaw massacre game.
This likely means that Leather faces skills will be transferred to all other monster characters.
Most people can recognize Leatherface, an iconic horror character, even if they have never seen a Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie. So when the character was added to Dead By Daylight, most players found it equally thrilling and terrifying. His presence was also one that people grew to love or hate depending on whether they were playing him or being hunted by him. But that reign of terror has ended as DBD leaks on Twitter reported he is leaving.
The reason Leather face would be leaving is mainly thought to be due to the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre game. It will be the franchise’s primary video game IP, so it would make sense that the devs wouldn’t want their main character in other games. That is the primary reason, and it does make a lot of sense, don’t worry, though, because if you already bought him from the in-game store, you will get to keep him.
I have also noticed that many thought that because Leatherface is leaving, his abilities will be as well, but this doesn’t seem to be the case. Many have noted that a character’s abilities don’t disappear when that character leaves the game. Instead, their skills become general skills that all or most characters can use. So if there was a particular ability you hated, then bad news, you might see more now, not less.
That is all that we have on Leatherface leaving Dead By Daylight. What are your thoughts on the latest news? Share with us in the comments section below.
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