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Dead by Daylight's Cursed Legacy chapter is here

A new killer, survivor, and map have landed, and there are even ties to a previous chapter in the horror game.

Behaviour Interactive has just launched a brand new chapter for their horror game Dead by Daylight, called Cursed Legacy, which brings in the new killer Yamaoka Kazan, a new survivor Kimura Yui, an exclusive cosmetic for her, and the Sanctum of Wrath map.

This chapter is tied to Shattered Bloodline from 2018, with Kazan being an ancestor of the spirit Yamaoka Rin. Kazan, however, is a Samurai who got the attention of the Entity, and here's the official description:

"Heir to a famous Japanese swordsmanship school, he sought to surpass his reputation as a warrior by turning his back on honour and family and embarking on a dark pilgrimage of bloodlust. As he waged his personal war against self-proclaimed samurais, he was bestowed with the derogatory and despised nickname of Oni-Yamaoka, a reference to the hideous creature of legend. One day, he met his fate as his former victims took revenge on him. It drew the Entity's attention and he was deemed worthy of joining its world."

Yui is one of the youngest motorcycle prodigies in street racing, as well as Japan's Moto Grand Prix. Once she left her home to help troubled women, however, she found herself in another race, with the stakes a lot higher.

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