For those of you that haven't played all of Left 4 Dead 2's campaigns let's just say that Bill was left in a rather... uncomfortable situation during one of the final ones. He went on a one-man suicide mission through hordes upon hordes of zombies, all in an effort to power a generator and lift the bridge in order to save the lives of his fellow survives. While it was heavily implied Bill's death was never shown, which led many to speculate that this wasn't the last time we're going to be seeing the jaded veteran in action.
As it turns out those people were completely correct, because according to Dead by Daylight's latest trailer Bill not only survived, but he killed every single zombie in the entire area! Unfortunately for Bill he left the frying pan in order to leap directly into the fire, as you'll see in the character spotlight trailer down below. Have a look:
If you feel like playing as Bill, and why wouldn't you, all you need to do is download the free Left Behind DLC. Besides Bill himself the Left Behind DLC has added a couple of Left 4 Dead themed outfits for the original characters. You can now dress up Dwight as Ellis, Claudette as Rochelle, Jake as Francis, and Meg as Zoey. As a final note, here's all of the abilities you'll get to toy around with as Bill, as well as a couple of images showcasing him and the squad in action:
Bill is tough as nails and knows how to survive just about anything. He’ll do whatever it takes to help others live to see another day and he’s not afraid to take one for the team.
You’ll get the job done… no matter the cost. If you are the last person remaining in the trial, for each generator that needs to be completed, gain a bonus to repair speed.
You get unexpected energy when saving an ally from a hook within the killer's terror radius.
Once per trial when saving an ally, any damage taken that would put you or the unhooked survivor into the dying state is delayed.
Past battles have taught you a thing or two about survival. Grants the ability to fully recover from the dying state once per trial. Increases dying recovery speed.