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News guides 05 April 2023, 10:52

author: Damian Gacek

DBD Codes - Get Meet Your Maker Skins

If you want to read about DBD and Meet Your Maker cross-over, you are in a good place. What is more, we have some codes for you.

Source: Behaviour Interactive

Meet Your Maker is a new game from Behaviour Interactive. This is the same studio, which developed Dead By Daylight. So, you shouldn’t be surprised that the developer tries to promote its new creation using the popular old one. As a result, there are some additions in DBD which are inspired by Meet Your Maker and in other way round – some building elements in MYM have Dead By Daylight skins. In this article we will give you codes, which you can use in the scarry hide-and-seek game.

Meet Your Maker codes for DBD

Behaviour Interactive has hidden codes on their social medias, which can be used to unlock some cosmetic elements for your survivors. Below we present the full list of them.

  1. HONORARYCUSTODIAN for Ace, Adam, David, Feng and Kate;
  2. HRVFANCLUB for Felix, Jane, Jeff, Yui and Zarina;
  3. METMYMAKER for Claudette, Dwight, Jake, Meg and Nea;
  4. NOTATRAP for Elodie, Haddie, Jonah, Mikaela and Yun-Jin.

All codes unlock skins for torso. Sadly, no bonuses for killers. It makes sense, as Meet Your Maker is about survival.

To activate these codes you have to enter the Shop tab and use the Redeem code button in the top right corner of the screen.

Meet Your Maker and DBD cross-over

Of course above codes are not the only promotional gadgets for fans of Bahaviour Interactive. If you own both games, you can get some exclusive weapons and outfit in DBD. On the other hand, there are waiting for you some DBD inspired building materials in Meet Your Maker.

Read more about both games:

  1. Prestige in Meet Your Maker; How to Watch Replays
  2. DBD - Best Knight Builds
  3. Will Stranger Things DLC Return to DBD?
  4. Meet Your Maker DLC - Scorched Necropolis Explained

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. His portfolio includes a scientific article on video game translation. Working with since 2019, writing for various departments. Currently, deals with guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. Interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. Loves RPGs and strategies, often also immersing himself in the depths of indie games. In his free time, works on a book and learns film editing.