Behaviour Interactive has released brand new content for its 1 v 4 asymmetrical multiplayer horror game, Dead by Daylight.

The update adds a new Tome called 'Unleashed', a new 'Hallowed Curse' collection of in-game cosmetics, a limited-time event for Halloween, and a "massive graphical overhaul". It's all been detailed in this handy round-up below:

This Tome allows players to unlock memories for The Hillbilly, Nea Karlsson and The Blight. The Blight’s story is explored deeper as players have access to the conclusion of the original “Hallowed Blight” event storyline from 2018, as well as all past “Hallowed Blight” lore content.

For the first time since The Archives’ inception, a brand new Halloween-themed challenge type is introduced: interacting with Pustula Plants. Once selected in the Auris Web, players will have to work with the plants to complete the challenge.

Within the Tome, players will be able to earn 4 progressively growing Pustula Plants Charms across the 4 levels. Players will also enjoy 30% off Auric Cells price on characters Adam Francis and The Clown between October 21st and October 28th to celebrate the release.

New In-Store Collection: Hallowed Curse

The store welcomes a new and exciting collection called “Hallowed Curse” that includes an iconic set titled “Scorched Ghost Face”. From this Halloween-themed collection and available exclusively in the Rift is “The Ruffian” outfit for David King. Players can also get their hands on two of these add-ons by partaking in the Rift: the community-inspired “Never Stop Slashing” outfit for the Legion is available through the Free track, while the “Unleashed Collection” can be obtained via the Premium track.

Halloween Event: The Eternal Blight

Starting now and running until November 4th, players can enjoy a new Halloween in-game event called “The Eternal Blight”. This event features new Survivor and Killer add-ons including the very first universal Killer add-on. A dangerous chemical compound called the “Blight Serum” allows Killers to use the power “Blighted Rush

If you haven't played this one yet on Switch, we should mention that we came away with mixed feelings when taking it through its paces for review. Hopefully this graphical update will clear up some of the issues we had with it, but we'd recommend reading our thoughts before diving in.

Do you play Dead by Daylight on Switch? Do these new additions sound welcome to you? Let us know in the comments.