Keen as a been
About to play dead by daylight can anyone in Australia servers tell me how to 360 properly on console
Hi, I was playing long time ago at pc but it changed a lot from that time. I'm rank 18 and I think lvl 8 and I want someone to coach me as killer. Obviously I need training and experience but I'm little worried I'll get some bad habit, if I play how I think I should. I want to be killer which is fun to play against, not some toxic, griefing idiot.
Also perks are little hard for me to understand properly.
I suppose I can even stream it if wanted.
Thanks in advance.
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I’m looking for people that play on ps4 so i won’t solo queue no more, i’m rank 3 always a rank 1 but haven’t played much since rank reset, would like to see if anyone’s interested!
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Dead by Daylight Rank 1 Killer Guide: Gen Pressure
It's a concept that anyone can wrap their head around, but very few can apply properly in the heat of a trial. Pressure on generators, or ‘Gen Pressure’, is the principle of putting enough kill / down pressure on survivors to make repairing generators an action that isn’t worth their time. It might sound simple, but on the contrary this skill is a misunderstood one from the get-go by most players. So let’s discuss the theory behind the concept and go over how you can apply it in a trial.
First and foremost, we have to make a distinction between what is and isn’t a form of gen pressure. If it's an action that (in theory) permanently takes enough survivors off of generators to extend the game time to a length that can allow you to win and can provide a platform to build more pressure on, then it is a form of gen pressure. If it's an action that (in theory) allows a majority of survivors in the game to stick to gens and does not allow for more pressure to be built on top of it, then it is not gen pressure.
This means that, contrary to popular belief, approaching generators to shoo away survivors only to pop the generator and then continue patrolling elsewhere is not a form of gen pressure because, in theory, this gives the survivors a means to eventually repair all the generators, even if it's over a long period of time.
It also means that chasing a survivor (Again, contrary to popular belief) is not a form of gen pressure unless another survivor is already suppressed. This might seem counter-intuitive, but let me explain: When a match starts, the killer is at a disadvantage and it is his or her job to turn the corner and get into a winning position. If four players begin working on four different generators, chasing one of them is not enough pressure to win the game. The survivors expect one of themselves to be chased, so three of them working on generators is par for the course and they’ll be happy to take that trade. It isn’t until you hook or slug a survivor that chasing ANOTHER survivor will then put you into a better position than what you started in. In short, getting into a chase isn’t pressure until you’ve already won a chase before it.
The reasoning for this is simple; chasing one survivor while the other three are working on generators will lose you the game while chasing one survivor as another one is suppressed, another is going for a save, and one is sitting on a generator will win you the game, assuming you can keep tempo with yourself (AKA, keeping the gen pressure up). And if we look at our definition of gen pressure above, it has to be an action that can permanently pull survivors off of their objectives. This loop of hooking / slugging, chasing, and repeating is the bread and butter formula to do that.
(pic of hooked survivor)
But enough about game theory, what are some practical ways you can employ gen pressure aside from just winning chases quickly? We’ll start with some basics.
When getting into a chase, look for opportunities to stop while you’re ahead. For example, if you get a strong pallet drop early in a chase and the survivor makes significant distance on you, stop chasing them. If you land a basic attack and the survivor runs to a safe loop, consider ending the chase right then and there before moving on the another generator. This might sound contradictory to the advice I gave earlier regarding the necessity of downing a survivor to apply pressure, but in fact it is a strong tool to get to that stage in the game.
You see, every second you chase a survivor is a victory for that survivor. When you get a pallet or a hit off of them, that’s a victory for you as long as you end the chase immediately. If you continue to chase them then your victory is gone until you can gain something else from it. This means that you’re essentially gambling on making a good read or that survivor making a mistake. Instead of this, a consistent playstyle can help you raise your average pip-rate. And a consistent playstyle is taking your victories as they come instead of doubling down.
To put this in an advanced situation, imagine this scenario: you hit a survivor near a generator and they run to a jungle gym across the map. Chasing that survivor and downing them is likely to take upwards of 30 seconds or more. Instead of that, you can move to a different generator and get a pallet drop. Now you have a pallet dropped near one generator, and a weak survivor working on another. This is the perfect landscape to start turning the corner.
After breaking the pallet, you move back to the weak survivor’s position to find them working on the same generator as before. It's an easy left click down since they’re already injured, and you didn’t need to chase them across the map to make it happen because they were always going to return to their objective (or waste time self-caring, giving you an incredible tempo lead). After hooking them, you head back to the unsafe generator (with the now destroyed pallet) and get into a chase with a survivor who has no pallet nearby to protect them.
Look at the situation you’ve put yourself in as a killer; one survivor is hooked, one survivor is in a chase, and another survivor is moving to save the hooked survivor, leaving only one survivor to finish a generator. This is gen pressure.
The alternative universe where you had chased the first survivor to the jungle gym is much more grim: You chase the survivor around a strong tile, down them, hook them, and approach a different generator. As you approach another survivor, three gens pop, and now you’re in the same situation as your alternate self, except there are only two generators to be completed instead of four. This is a prime example of how the misconception about gen pressure loses games for killers. You cannot be happy with getting into a chase, you have to make trades when you get them and capitalize on your investments.
These are the nuanced balances you’ll need to juggle while playing killer if you want to apply gen pressure properly. It can be a lot to look after, but just ask yourself this question when playing if you need a reminder: “Is the amount of time I’m going to spend on this action going to be worth the position it's going to put me in?” If the answer is yes, do it. If the answer is no, look for an action that can put you ahead in the short term and call it quits there. And if you can’t consistently make those distinctions, keep practicing. The only tool that can undo the blur of confusion is experience, and no article can give you that. Only time.
Hanging around in dead by day light
The bill one was in 2020 while the dwight ones had been of 2019
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DbD on PC
Its been a long time since I've played DbD and I bet a lot has changed. I fancy playing it again so would anyone like to join my in surviving sometime?
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Silent Hill rant
I love that Silent Hill is on DBD, but the map is too big and I hate how hard it is to navigate. As a survivor it's hard to save fellow survivors (can't ever find the stairs) and as a killer it's hard to find the survivors.
I love the game but it scares The shit out of me
When you feel safe one moment then the other moment your like hell nah l am out of here you guys can die on your own then the killer gets you
And your like guys help
Survive with friends
I am looking to start streaming and would love new people to play with that are looking to rank up.
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Small world ig
Just decided to play some doctor and found one of my friends playing solo survivor. Tried to let her escape but she died on the ground
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I had a team before. 4 of us but 1 found a new group, another has switched to PC and the last doesn’t get on anymore 😤. I’m willing to play Overwatch, Dead By Daylight, Rainbow Six Siege, even Fortnite if it comes down to it🤡. (I also got uno for chill playing😎). Now I’m pretty fuckin stupid so sometimes if we’re playing competitively Ima need someone to lay down the plan for me🤡🤡. I’d like to state that I’m 18, straight, single, and a very caring person. I don’t enjoy hearing the people I care about depressed or sad and I WILL do what I can to make you feel better😤❤️🧡💛💚💙. Anyways I’d like to make new friends who enjoy dark humor👹, isn’t dry💩, can play the game without making it boring😹, and can sometimes handle hearing little kids in the background (cause I have 2 baby brothers 🙃) also Ima d00d🌚
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Haven’t raged on this game in a minute
This is from my cousins perspective because I wasn’t recording when it happened.
Least favorite Killer and Survivor?
Michael is my least fav killer
Console is Crazy
Ok I'm visiting my father and left my xbox at home a few states away and now I'm playing on a Ps4 and I will say without a doubt, Xbox is WAYYYYYY more toxic than PS4.
How Would Tunnelers Be Dealt With?
Okay, hear me out now I know that tunnelling is frowned upon in the dead by daylight community, in my opinion as both a survivor and a killer. Tunnelling is a strategy just as much as slugging is but I do realise that it can ruin the fun for survivors
What if a perk or a game mechanic existed in the game to prevent tunnelling such as a perk similar to borrowed time or maybe survivors who get tunnelled get an extra bit of blood points so that they still gain a decent amount even after getting tunnelled all game
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Tunneling proxy campers
Truck you suck my toes you flopping small peen cuck at least go away and rush back if you want idc but proxy and face camping wtf
I been playing since doctor came out,im a rank 4 survivor main,420 friendly, just trying to find people to play with and have fun, i dont care for tunneling or facecamping killers, its all good vibes here. PS4
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DBD Mobile friends
Tired of losing with randos. I wanna win with friends if we lose then we still tried unlike having a random teammate ruin it for the whole group.