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  • creeping_deathcreeping_death Member Posts: 25

    Dead by daylight was my gateway to horror/slasher movie genres. Now I am a big horror nerd.

  • TunnelVisionTunnelVision Member Posts: 1,310

    DBD made me realise there's more to life than lobby simulator :)

  • DrywatrDrywatr Member Posts: 130

    I met my best friend Sarah through Dead by daylight. Without this game i probably never would have met her. Thank you dbd devs

  • TheLastGreatStarTheLastGreatStar Member Posts: 1,002

    I love those intimate moments with Michael when he stares deeply into your soul and then pops tier 3 and Mori’s you. I always feel blessed to have Daddy Myers put his hands upon my worthless survivor body.


  • XzanXzan Member Posts: 908

    Got really into cosplay because of dbd. :)

  • DontNerfDontNerf Member Posts: 990

    I got a girlfriend because of dbd buuuuuuut she left me 😂

  • andyollollollandyollolloll Member Posts: 940

    Since playing SWF on comms my ranking has rocketed. Now I am really in the red ranks and still can't loop well lol

  • fixthegameplz00fixthegameplz00 Member Posts: 14

    Why does survivors all way get there way

  • Adamant_TepigAdamant_Tepig Member Posts: 78

    In general, I have so many memories with Dead by Daylight in the short time I've been playing it, which is what keeps me here - the thrill of the chase is what I love in this game, which (while latency can still be frustrating) really gets my pulse racing. That's having fun.

    I've also been given props for gameplay before and had nothing but positive commentary in postgame chat before. If there's a good group of survivors I'm against, I make sure to give credit where it's due.

  • MegaWaffleMegaWaffle Member Posts: 4,172

    Met a guy 3 years ago during a funny game (i was billy he was a Dwight). messaged him a "gg" he sent me a funny meme and we have been real life friends ever since.

    (Skipped a lot of the story but basically we lived close enough to one another we somewhat regularly get together outside of the PSN realm.)

  • CountVampyrCountVampyr Member Posts: 1,050

    I met my wife on dbd!


    just kidding. I’ve only been playing since October. No real stories. Just like to play and don’t feel a lot of pressure to win like a lot of people do.

  • CountVampyrCountVampyr Member Posts: 1,050

    Yeah, I’m not a great player either, and when trolls IM me to call me trash I always say that I’d rather be a trash player than trash in real life.

  • pizzamesspizzamess Member Posts: 209

    Man it's amazing how much better my life has gotten since I unistalled.

  • CountVampyrCountVampyr Member Posts: 1,050

    It’s amazing how much better my life has gotten since you uninstalled, too! Talk about coincidence!!

  • Hex_BoopTheSnootHex_BoopTheSnoot Member Posts: 151

    The new general Survivor Item changes are such a cool QoL change.

  • LukeishnessLukeishness Member Posts: 21

    I've run into both fun killers and survivors many times, and the game has reinvigorated the love I have for the horror genre, which I forgot I had since I mostly watched horror movies when I was younger. It's brought together me and some irl friends, giving us a real chill game to play as we just listen to music and talk. So there are definitely some positives that have come out of me playing dbd.

  • OtakuBurritoOtakuBurrito Member Posts: 512

    Thanks for the addition to my personal folder. Here's one of my favorite Myers gifs as thanks.


  • Maelstrom10Maelstrom10 Member Posts: 1,920

    DBD was introduced to me by my now ex gf, and best friend. We used to play together with a younger guy around 13, and his squad of friends in kyf matches every single night. when that friend group eventually broke apart due to age differences and time, me and my bestie/ex gf would just play endlessly in swf together just chilling and ranking up. I will forever remember the first few weeks of playing the game and how ######### scared i was all the time. how i walked into her mirror myers and had my heart stop etc etc.

    Now days almost a full 3 years later, i still play it with her frequently. I became addicted, whilst she still had her wow addiction and quickly wracked up more hrs then her or anyone else could have imagined at the time. I've made plenty of friends through this game, and seen people come and go. Survivor mains talked me through my depression, and killer mains have made me a far better survivor and person, by both critiquing and complimenting my gameplay, and teaching me how to not get mad at a video game (Not saying i get gamer rage, but i used to get pretty uppity before. I play both sides equally.)

    This game introduced me to all the horrors i missed out before my time, and got me into horror whereas i likely would've been to chicken to dip my toes into it before. it gave me a place to vent my fustrations at life as killer, and to passively play the day away as survivor.

    I owe this game a lot. And whilst the community might not always be the best, or most fair to one another, its one im glad and happy to be a part of as i likely wouldn't be alive and kicking had i not found this game.

  • creeping_deathcreeping_death Member Posts: 25

    I love a good genuine scare in this game. even tho I have played this game for a really long time I still feel genuine fear sometimes. This was a good clip i got where I screamed when a ghostface sneaked up on me.


  • SupernautSupernaut Member Posts: 1,408

    Hey guy!

    From the sounds of it you're young and have your life ahead of you!

    ENJOY these in game times! It's all creating foundations for who we are to become.

  • QsKaaQsKaa Member Posts: 48

    I learned how precious time is

    Also I learned that ripping a radiator from the wall will only make more work for me in order put the freaking thing back up (I was boosting in lol back then). Great times

  • CLAUDETTEINABUSHCLAUDETTEINABUSH Member Posts: 2,210

    I just injured my wrist.......

    I love potatoes

  • NysosNysos Member Posts: 19

    Something that really kept me going was the compliants end of match. When people tell me i gave them a jump scare, that means alot to me 😂

  • TommyFredoTommyFredo Member Posts: 48

    I found out that I am in love with Slashers. I live for the idea of a new licensed killer. Slasher movies are what I grew up on, in the prime of it all. I love Scream, Jason, Myers, you name it. I am getting tattoos to represent them. They all have stories and or ideologies around them that are super interesting to a person like myself. I knew slashers were dope before, but I love them now! Hopefully I can make my own slasher that has very few negatives, and maybe make a movie series that doesn't kill itself in the trilogy. We'll see! Great post btw

  • Maelstrom10Maelstrom10 Member Posts: 1,920

    Thanks my dude! im 20 now, but i deffinately appreciate the advice!

  • yobudddyobuddd Member Posts: 2,067

    My wife plays it! No seriously, I have been trying yeeeeeaaaars to get her into video games. Anything that’s not Bejeweled or Zuma.

    By golly, this is the game that did it! Now the possibilities are endless!

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