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Stranger Things Content Exiting Dead by Daylight Store in November

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Stranger Things Content Exiting Dead by Daylight Store in November

Today the official Dead by Daylight Twitter account announced that it will be delisting its Stranger Things chapter on Nov. 17, 2021. This means that survivors Nancy Wheeler and Steve Harrington, as well as the killer, The Demogorgon, will no longer be available for purchase after this date.

In addition, the map associated with the Stranger Things chapter of Dead by Daylight, Hawkins National Laboratory, will also be removed from rotation completely on Nov. 17 as well.

However, it is important to note that while Nancy, Steve, and The Demogorgon are leaving Dead by Daylight’s store in November, they will still be available to play as for those who have purchased the characters by the Nov. 17 deadline.

For those that have not yet, you still have a chance, as the Dead by Daylight store will be offering a 50% sale on all Stranger Things-related content, including characters and cosmetics. This includes Nancy Wheeler, Steve Harrington, and The Demogorgon, and their related additional outfits, at half their usual price.

Starting on Aug. 18 and going through Sept. 1, Dead by Daylight’s Stranger Things chapter will go on sale. The chapter itself will be 60% off the normal price.

Additionally, Aug. 18 will see outfits and cosmetics for the Stranger Things chapter of characters go on sale until Sept. 8. Finally, on Aug. 18 and lasting until Nov. 17, Nancy Wheeler, Steve Harrington, and The Demogorgon will remain on sale.

Stranger Things joined the impressive and expansive all-star roster of horror franchises represented in Dead by Daylight in September 2019, accompanying the likes of Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, Saw, and recently, Resident Evil.

If you have any further questions regarding the delisting of Dead by Daylight’s Stranger Things chapter on Nov. 17, check out the game’s FAQ page on the upcoming removal.

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