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I need to relearn Dead By Daylight....Fast

So I've had this issue for awhile. I took a break from DBD for afew months, came back and now I'm getting "Reported" "for throwing because I've become that bad. How can I relearn this game? I'd say my awareness and chases are what I need to work on most.

Fastest way to do this?


  • Leachy_JrLeachy_Jr Member Posts: 1,459

    You're probably not that bad, it's your teammates being trash by not understanding the difference between a mistake and a throw.

    Watching dbd streams and YTers is a good way to get back into the game id say.

  • I_am_NeganI_am_Negan Member Posts: 2,830

    Just play it'll come back

  • TreSenTreSen Member Posts: 186

    Wait 'til you get reported for doing too good.

    Just play the game.

  • HeartboundHeartbound Member Posts: 2,826

    Look up the maps. Most of the stuff in this game is map knowledge and where everything is. That's the easiest way.

  • unluckycombounluckycombo Member Posts: 559

    Honestly, just practice and don't take it seriously. I would assume if you're getting back from a break, then you're probably at least been through a rank reset or two, so don't sweat it. Best way to learn is to practice. I would also recommend watching people like Otz play, as he does a great job explaining how he plays killer, and with that you can learn how to play Survivor better at loops. You can also watch Ussylis, who is a great DBD survivor player.

    As far as awareness goes, you can also run Spine Chill to help give you an edge with knowing when the killer is coming. If you don't mind being seen as a meanie as well, and you really want to practice chases, you can run Object of Obsession. I know it gets a lot of hate here on the forums, but it is a great perk to run if you're trying to get in chases more so you can get more consistent at them and get better at the game. Just know that you will probably get tunneled with the perk, so you might wanna run DS+Unbreakable with it so you can have a second chance. And also know that until you get better in chases, you're going to die a lot. But it's okay, because it's all part of the learning process.

    Good luck!

  • 2LuvRias2LuvRias Member Posts: 352

    Very very helpful tips, I'll knuckle down and get practiceing. Thanks you all

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