Dead by Daylight: All LGBT+ Charm Codes Listed

Show your colors with pride while your dying, killing, or escaping by the skin of your teeth

Dead by Daylight has released a whole new set of charms for players who want to show off their colors. Here are all the Pride Charms codes, both new and old, in Dead by Daylight.

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Dead by Daylight: All LGBT+ Charm Codes Listed

Pride shouldn’t be restricted to a month. And now, Dead by Daylight has released a whole set of charms for orientations and identities all across the spectrum. This just adds to the already vibrant charms we already had in the permanent collection, giving players even more choice. Here are each of the codes, which will not expire:

  • CAWCAW—Redeem for the Feathers of Pride charm
  • PRIDE2022—Redeem for two Pride Charm

Related: All Dead by Daylight Codes For June (2023)

How to Redeem Codes in Dead by Daylight

If you’re not certain how to redeem these codes, click on the “Store” button on the left side of the screen on Dead by Daylight’s home menu.

On the Store page, you’ll see “Redeem Code”, just above the cosmetic sets currently being featured in the store. Click it, and a text box will appear, prompting you to fill it with the code you’d like to redeem.

Go get those flags, and enjoy Pride all year long, whether you’re decorating your hip or your hook.

Dead by Daylight is making some big changes and expanding the Entity’s reach to brand new forms of media. Most exciting is the planned Dead by Daylight movie, which will make its grand debut on the silver screen. To learn everything we know so far, check out our article here: Dead by Daylight Is Slashing onto the Big Screen With Blumhouse and Atomic Monster.


Daphne Fama
A Staff Writer at Prima Games since 2022, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount playing games of all stripes but has a soft spot for horror, FPS, and RPGs. When she’s not gaming, she’s an author and member of the Horror Writers Association with a debut novel coming out in 2025. In a previous life, she was an attorney but found she preferred fiction to contracts and forms