Dead by Daylight's latest update, 6.3.0, has been published for all platforms, bringing unique Halloween-themed content. In addition, dead by Daylight is partaking in the season's customary abundance of sinister treats for the benefit of all. \n \nPlayers were treated to a special Halloween-themed event just before the holiday. With the release of "Haunted by Daylight," players will have access to various terrifying features, such as brand-new daily prizes. Later in the month, developer Behaviour Interactive will host a Twitch stream, a free play weekend, new gear, and a slew of shop content, such as a Resident Evil 5-inspired skin for Albert Wesker, a Dead by Daylight Killer known as The Mastermind. \n \nTwo new Tomes, available exclusively during Update 6.3.0's Haunted by Daylight event October 13–November 3, will be added to the Archives. Tome 13, titled Malevolence, will be the first to do so, and it will contain the accounts of both the Ghost Face Killer and Survivor Mikaela Reid. Challenges for players to earn more Bloodpoints and new lore entries from The Observer are included, as they have been in past numbered Tomes. Ghost Face is not the same as Ghostface from the Scream movies, despite common misconceptions to the contrary. \n \nUntil November 3, players can use the second Tome, the Haunted by Daylight Tome 13.5, to access event-exclusive cosmetics. \nDead by Daylight's Halloween event was announced by Behaviour Interactive two days before update 6.3.0's release. \n \nThe upgrade improved the game's overall quality, not just the content. In-game contests, or "Trials," will terminate five minutes after the End Game Collapse is triggered or an hour after the match has begun. \n \nThere will be a two prestige level catch-up for characters who reached level 50 and were prestige rank 0, 1, or 2. Changes were also made to the Archives' interface and handling challenges during downtime between matches. One for Killer and one for Survivor, or two universal challenges, can now be chosen simultaneously from the Archive Challenges.