If you wondered just when Project W would hit Dead in broad daylight, You’re not the only one. Behavior Interactive was mum on that front, instead know how to sprinkle for survivors Rebecca Chambers and Ada Wong, and new killer Albert Wesker (known in-game as The Mastermind) for the upcoming crossover. That was until this morning, when the official Dead in broad daylight The Twitter account posted this:
🕶️ 08/30/22 pic.twitter.com/CYkXbxii7i
— Dead by Daylight (@DeadByBHVR) August 26, 2022
Although Behavior doesn’t say it outright, according to several leak sites such as Daylight leaks, August 30 is the release date of resident Evil crossing with Dead in broad daylight. Except surprise postponement, Project W will be released on PC and consoles next week and will cost $11.99.
Details about the new chapter are still elusive, but through various leaks (such as the Twitter), Project W will include a reworked map of the Raccoon City Police Department, which will now be split into two maps: the East Wing and the West Wing. Moreover, the Dead by Daylight Fandom Page also gave details on new Wesker abilities, thanks to information gleaned from testing the servers Project W on the PC version.
Like Nemesis before him, Wesker will have the ability to infect other players, but will have a different functionality from Nemesis’ abilities. Wesker’s Uroboros infection will grow over time, causing the survivor’s movement speed to decrease by -8% when fully afflicted. People infected with Uroboros can use the first aid spray found on the map to heal themselves, or use it on other survivors to remove the infection.