Dead by Daylight is an online-only multiplayer experience that lets players know how it feels like to be a killer from those slasher movies or the victims/survivors, and constant updates have been a big help in keeping it fresh.
The fact that we’re going to get a Resident Evil crossover is proof that Dead by Daylight is something special in the horror genre of video games but since this is a multiplayer title, verbal abuse is sadly rampant.
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It’s a good thing that the developers took notice as Dead by Daylight now has a chat filter that’s automatically part of the game when you boot it up.
Obviously, if you don’t want to get kicked out of a Dead by Daylight game, don’t be abusive or toxic when playing with others.
Unfortunately, for those that want to turn off the chat filter, that isn’t an option as of this writing and it has actually angered a number of players who just want to play.
Honestly, it’s not as bad as those players are making it out to be and we respect how the developers want all Dead by Daylight gamers to treat each other with kindness, even if some people think it’s a childish move.
In a perfect world, it would be great if Dead by Daylight allowed you to turn the chat filter on and off but that just isn’t possible, at least right now.
We like to think that a future update will add an option to turn Dead by Daylight’s chat filter on and off but until that happens, fans have to suck it up.
Dead by Daylight is now available on the PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.