Dead by Daylight Movie Adaptation Announced by Atomic Monster, Blumhouse and Behaviour Interactive

The Studios Atomic Monster and Clubhouse have announced their collaboration with Behavior Interactive in order to develop the cinematographic adaptation of the Asymmetrical horror game Dead by Daylight.
This is obviously not the first time that video games and cinema have been working together to adapt horror games on the big screen and vice versa.
After Resident Evil, Silent Hill or Detention, it is the turn of the famous multiplayer horror license Dead by Daylight to perform in the cinema.


The Behavior Interactive studio seems happy to collaborate with giants of horror cinema.
We could not be more delighted to work with Jason Blum and James Wan, two giants from the horror film industry, to further expand the universe of Dead by Daylight, said Stephen Mulroney, executive vice-president
Behavior interactive.

A feature film almost in preparation

A project that is still in its infancy because for the moment no director and screenwriter has been able to appropriate the subject.
We know that there are many followers of Dead by Daylight, and we think it is imperative to find someone who appreciates and loves this world as much as we do, to help us transpose the game to the cinema, announced
Jason Blum, founder and CEO of Clubhouse.

However, expectations are already high on the part of the studios to pay tribute to the basic game, which has seen more than 50 million players since its launch. We know that our partners at Behavior and Atomic Monster will help us
To give life to the best version of this game, he adds.
In the meantime, Dead by Daylight, the original game, is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.