Dead by Daylight Adds New Ghostface Chase Music

Dead by Daylight’s latest patch updates Ghostface’s terror radius and chase music themes, following the recent theme update for Legion. Players have many auditory and visual cues to keep an ear and eye out for in Dead by Daylight. On either the killer or survivor side of Dead by Daylight‘s asymmetrical horror, map awareness and […]

Dead by Daylight Adds New Ghostface Chase Music

Dead by Daylight’s latest patch updates Ghostface’s terror radius and chase music themes, following the recent theme update for Legion.

Players have many auditory and visual cues to keep an ear and eye out for in Dead by Daylight. On either the killer or survivor side of Dead by Daylight‘s asymmetrical horror, map awareness and aura visibility is paramount to the comprehension of what has occurred in each trial.

If a generator is blown, for example, or if survivors fast-vault, the killer will typically be notified with an alert. Likewise, survivors are typically made aware of the killer’s presence due to a unique terror radius theme and subsequent chase music theme when they have been spotted and a chase has started. Each killer character features a different radius, and some even have different radius themes or lullabies at different distances. Recently, Dead by Daylight‘s iconic killer from the slasher Scream is the latest character to receive a new terror radius theme and chase music theme.

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Following Legion’s new chase music theme, Ghostface has received their own. Ghostface’s new killer terror radius and chase music themes are much different from their previous ones. Their build-ups are haunting and suspenseful, and leads into their chase music introduction, which is an entirely separate track that maintains rolling tension as do every other killer’s chase themes. In Dead by Daylight, the killer’s terror radius is a red cone that shines outward in front of killers in the survivors’ perspective.


Of course, this may not be the case if the killer has strategically altered or removed it with a perk in Dead by Daylight such as Tinkerer or a status effect such as Undetectable. The Huntress’ or Freddy’s lullabies, however, are heard before they are close enough for survivors to see their terror radii. Ghostface is able to sneak about and peer around corners to stack their power, but if they are flashed or simply walking about then their radius will normally be seen, and its new theme will now be heard.

Like Legion’s new chase music theme, it will certainly be startling to players to hear these new themes if they were not already aware that they were changed. Some survivor players may even associate these themes with their killers directly, and such a change in theme may throw them off until they can learn to adapt to its new auditory cues and associate them to Ghostface.


Many fans already prefer this track to Ghostface’s old one, while some fans prefer the old one to this one. Such is how many alterations are received by Dead by Daylight‘s community, but most changes are welcomed since Behaviour Interactive intends to improve upon it and update it to be as modern as possible with each year that passes.

Dead by Daylight is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and mobile devices.

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