DBD Teaser Chapter 22 - What Does Behaviour's Recent Tweet Mean?
Get ready to unleash your inner detective with the latest DBD Chapter 22 teaser!
Players are no stranger to a DBD teaser but did Behaviour let the cat out of the bag with this one?
Behaviour is once again keeping us on our toes when it comes to the next chapter of Dead by Daylight.
We can’t wait to see what’s to come, the key phrase being “can’t wait”, so lets solve the mystery ourselves.
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Dead by Daylight Chapter 22 Teaser
One of Dead by Daylight’s most recent tweets leads to a page that at first may seem limited in information but, dig a little deeper and you’ll lose yourself in conspiracies.
Who Is C. Mora?
According to the page linked to the above tweet, C. Mora is a Chilean artist who became popular in the 70s, specifically after a number of political events.
Apparently, she had been considered missing for years, since then these ink drawings have surfaced over forty years later with an almost identical likeness to her previous works.
Clicking any other link on the page provided by the Dead by Daylight Twitter will result in an error code as seen below:
When entered into maps, the code actually seems to be coordinated to a location in Chile, the birthplace of C. Mora.
The exact pinpoint of the coordinates leads to Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works.
This building was the site of political movements within Chile, linking to C. Mora’s influence of political subversiveness in her art.
Could this be the newest map to make its way into DBD?
What Is the Alicanto and Is It Chapter 22’s Killer?
According to a self-proclaimed DBD addict, @lavalordYT (Scott) on Twitter believes the next killer could be a bird laced within Chilean folklore.
When sharing the Fresno Memorial Centre page to Facebook, an unblurred version of one of the four images appears as seen below.
After doing some digging, Scott believes that the next killer could be the Alicanto, a mythological bird that originates from northern Chile, the same area as the Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works.
Not only that but the Alicanto actually eats ores which contribute to the colour of its wings, we expect there’s no shortage of that in the aforementioned mines.
That’s about all we could figure out about the latest DBD teaser, do you think we’re on the right track? Be sure to keep your eyes peeled as we’ll update you when more teasers are released!