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Is moonwalking still a thing or do I just suck that much.

Awesomebro124Awesomebro124 Member Posts: 2
edited September 12 in General Discussions

I spent about an hour looking at guides and trying to moonwalk on the tutorial grounds but I cannot get it to work, did they remove or am i just bad? If I am can you pls teach me how or give tips. Also when is the next blood festival ?


  • FuelSauceFuelSauce Member Posts: 92

    They did not remove it ;)

  • MasantonioMasantonio Member Posts: 1,314
    edited September 12

    I can for a few seconds on console.

    It's still a thing.

    Edit(s): Multiple typos

  • thesuicidefoxthesuicidefox Member Posts: 5,037

    TBH, reverse moonwalking is more popular.

  • FireHazardFireHazard Member Posts: 2,116

    @Awesomebro124 As for this post, yes moonwalking still exists and is still very effective in all ranks.

    It helps get the drop on loops that have high walls and sharp corners, as well as short distances between each corner. It also helps bait fast vaults at Killer Shack, bait pallet drops, confuse Survivors into running into directions you want them to go into, etc.

    Moon walking can very well be a meme, but its still something a lot of Killers employ when in a chase. Some advice, when in a chase always moonwalk when you have a basic understand of the tile you're on. (A tile is one of the randomized square that make of the grid of the map you're on.) Its best to moonwalk when you know the distance of the other opening in the loop (I.E. where the pallet is) and when the Survivor doesn't have a clear sight on you. This is usually best to do when the Survivor is fully around the corner of a loop.

    Once they're you want to face at the corner while moonwalking to where they're trying to loop you around. You can also fake that you're doubling back on them by simply facing the other way, but moonwalking where they went around the corner.

    This will make the Survivor think you're doubling back on them and as such they will turn around, but in reality you're moonwalking right into them and this will allow you to get a hit off on them or even a down.

  • MewMew Member Posts: 292
  • FireHazardFireHazard Member Posts: 2,116

    If that's the case, I guess you just turn around facing the camera in the front while your Survivor is facing you and just click the opposite keys to moonwalk. I don't know...

    Its what I do, and it works sometimes, and sometimes it doesn't.

  • Awesomebro124Awesomebro124 Member Posts: 2

    Doesnt it take more than that, you have to cancel the turn around annitmation by pressing a and d then press forward at the same time?

  • whammigobambamwhammigobambam Member Posts: 13
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