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Pyramid Head Bug
When I downed a survivor and put them on a basement hook, something was a little off because that survivor was stuck in the animation. Anyway, as I went to put a trail up the stairs, and as soon as the knife, like, crashed into the ground, I started teleporting everywhere around where I was going, I feel like I was moving slower than 110% (I don't know excatly what 110 killers are like speedwise because most of the killers that I enjoy playing are 115%'s) and I couldn't take the Great Knife out of the ground. I know it wasn't my internet, because as soon and I found another survivor, the (fantastic) chase music played and they proceeded with the chase as usual. In that chase, I attempted to vault a window and it just wouldn't let me. It would start to play the animation for like 5-10 frames and move me back. I just DC'd and took the 3-4 minute penalty but it was rather strange, as I've seen nothing like it. The survivor that I chased at the end said I was stuck in the animation as well, so I don't know... The map was Haddonfield in case that helps with anything. I'm not sure if it was like a DDoS or just the game being wack, but it was strange regardless.
Apologies, by the way, if this doesn't belong in the bug report section, as I didn't know where else to put it. Believe me. I thought it was my internet because it acts up every once in a while. (I probably shouldn't play killer because of it...) But when that survivor was like "Yo, that was weird" at the end of the match I knew it couldn't have been... I don't have any proof of it unfortunately, so...
Also apologies if this is a duplicate as well... I didn't see any reports about something similar to this, but I could have missed it.