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We have been investigating cases of distributed denial of services (DDoS) over the last week. We take these reports extremely seriously. We're actively monitoring the situation internally and with our partners to gather as much information as possible and identify trends.

We are terribly sorry to those who have been affected by these attacks- we understand the impact this has on you. We are taking every appropriate measure to ensure the safety of our players.

We encourage our players to report to us any cases of DDoS, as well as any other form of inappropriate or abusive behaviour in the game. In the meantime, we encourage you to stay safe and follow best practices for online safety.

Activate anti-cheat support for Linux via Wine or Proton

Three days ago Epic Online Services launched anti-cheat support for the Wine and Proton compatibility layers on Linux. Developers can activate anti-cheat support for Linux via Wine or Proton with just a few clicks in the Epic Online Services Developer Portal.

Please may DEAD BY DAYLIGHT activate support for Linux via Wine or Proton? By supporting the Wine and Proton compatibility layers on Linux DEAD BY DAYLIGHT will be playable on Linux machines and handheld devices, for instance, the up and coming Steam Deck.

DEAD BY DAYLIGHT is currently unplayable on Linux due to lack of anti-cheat support. For more information on DEAD BY DAYLIGHT running via the Proton compatibility layer visit ProtonDB.

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