Following the release of its online multiplayer horror game Dead by Daylight, Behavior Interactive has maintained a high level of support. \n \nBehavior support is also unaffected by periodic content upgrades that add fresh killers, victims, tales, and microtransactions. Dead by Daylight's main gameplay systems are still being improved by the developer, who had stated in June that specific updates would be made this year. \n \nSadly, Behavior has been forced to postpone some of its anticipated Year 7 updates, informing Dead by Daylight players to anticipate them in 2023. \n \n"Wiggle Escape System" and "Gameplay Updates" are two specifics Dead by Daylight enhancements that have been postponed until 2023. These two enhancements in quality of life are just two of the many promised by Dead by Daylight. \n \nAn aesthetic overhaul to the Dead by Daylight main settings menu, broadcaster mode, customized match bots, and the inclusion of preset load-outs are other enhancements. For Year 7 of Dead by Daylight, every other feature is still available as initially announced. \n \nParticularly disappointing is the Wiggle Escape System feature, and it seems strange that Dead by Daylight is being postponed. Players of Dead by Daylight are aware that there is a critical need for improvement in the Wiggle system, which enables survivors to avoid being dragged by the killer. \n \nIt is not only poorly designed, but it also creates accessibility problems. He has tried a replacement method for behavior that is similar to his Engine minigame. But it appears that compared to the others, this system is being given less importance. \n \nA long time has passed since the anticipated gameplay updates were made available to Dead by Daylight players. \n \nPlayers will have the option to queue up and then browse different menu pages while they wait for matchmaking, which is the premise behind the gameplay changes.