The disconnect penalty test will take place sometime after the update is released on PC platforms and Switch™.
Navigating The Game (The Jigsaw map)
From what I've seen on the forums players seem to have the most trouble finding their way around the Game (The Jigsaw DLC map, not Dead by Daylight). On Reddit whenever I see the Jigsaw piece:
it is always mentioned in a bad light. However, The Game isn't that mysterious, really. In fact, excluding two rooms (the Red Corpse Room, and the Meat Freezer), the map always has the same exact generation. It's so predictable that @DocOctober made these maps of the level that are still quite accurate to this day:
So, if the map is so predictable with it's generation, how does the random generation effect the map? The answer, the doors. Or more specifically, the generators.
Just like in other horror games, powering the generators in The Game affects the environment. In this case, repairing a generator opens a door, and brightens the room the generator is in. This however means that generators are quite easy to find one you know the signs. So here's the gist.
To find generators on The Game:
First: Pick a floor. We'll start with the top.
Second: Look for closed metal doors.
Third: Once you've found closed metal doors, look for a generator in your room. If you cannot see one, then proceed to the fourth step.
Fourth: If you cannot find a generator in your room, find a way to get around the metal doors, the generator is on the other side.
Now, that's just for the top floor.
For the bottom floor:
First, find a stairwell:
(You can find stairwells by following arrows on the ground and signs on the walls. The designers worked extra hard to make the staircases easy to find so appreciate their work.)
(Additionally, I said find a stairwell, because drops are a one way trip and if you accidentally walk straight into a stealth killer you will want an exit strategy.)
Second: Then walk room to room looking for metal doors again.
Please note that on the bottom floor you can tell if a generator is in a room or not by looking at the wall and ceiling lights. If the lights have a constant glow than that room doesn't have a generator. If the lights are flickering then that room has a generator.
Third: see above.
Fourth: see above.
This is all I have for now, but I plan on updating this guide soon. Good luck in the fog!