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What are your "conditions" for a GG???



  • AlmoAlmo Member, Dev Posts: 967

    I pretty much say it any time it's the first thing said by someone else in chat, or if it was really close, whether I win or lose. :)

  • RaSavage42RaSavage42 Member Posts: 1,742
  • NekoGamerXNekoGamerX Member Posts: 3,551

    last longer then 4 min and everyone had fun.

  • snozersnozer Member Posts: 776

    From my experience a GG is only said when x side wins. Otherwise you are met with crickets or abuse.

  • HyperLightHyperLight Member Posts: 11

    I rarely talk anything in the chat, only when a funny bugs occurs or the game was so well played on both sides.

    Otherwise i laughing while reading salty posts on my steam profiles or people fighting each other on the chat

  • KellieKellie Member Posts: 696

    This. Or when I escape against a really sweaty killer / or kill a really sweaty group of survivors.

  • BigBrainMegMainBigBrainMegMain Member Posts: 3,659

    I had a great time as killer.

    I didn't tunnel, didn't camp, didn't use NOED.

    I did everything perfectly as a killer would but....

    Not 1 GG.

    I at least thanked them for the BPS.

    This was in Hawkins, that God-Awful map.

  • BBQnDemogorgonBBQnDemogorgon Member Posts: 3,586

    If it's a match i say gg.

    No conditions always gg to be polite because this community has a toxicity issue. Telling my team/opponent i had a bad time would just add more negativity

  • TheButcherTheButcher Member Posts: 779

    If I had fun that match. I don't care if I "lose". Get a lot of points, or depip. I care if while playing the game I wasn't just running in circles, and walking through pallets after pallets after pallets, and windows. Like what's the point of calling this game a Horror game if no one is scared, and we are all just playing ring around the rosie?

  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 2,591

    I will send a “GG” if I feel as though the game could’ve gone either way and if the opposing side played well.

    Just the other day I was chased for a majority of the match, farmed off the hook, slugged, and died. I was a bit upset at how the match went and didn’t really like the way the killer played but I still sent a “GG” and the killer turned out to be really cool and complemented me on the way I played and how long I kept up a chase.

    Most games I’m not upset enough to say anything other than “GG”.

  • HealsBadManHealsBadMan Member Posts: 364

    You did that on Hawkins?

    You must be an insanely good nurse way below your rank or all the Survivors are boosted af. Or both. Nice going!

  • HollowsGriefHollowsGrief Member Posts: 748
    edited April 5

    I GG if people didn't play like turds (constantly humping infinites, tbagging, being cocky at the exit gate, slapping survivors on the hook, etc etc.) Now if you asked how often do I get a gg, only when I lose most of the time.

  • BigBrainMegMainBigBrainMegMain Member Posts: 3,659

    Thank you, I purposely stay at Rank 16, I don't kill anyone about 80% of the time but I had a daily as Nurse and I got carried away.

  • sulaimansulaiman Member Posts: 1,160

    With me, it hangs on being a fair game.

    If i am highly outskilled from the start because of bad matchmaking, the game is never good. Its not fun just to run behind a looping survivor and never catch him because they simply outskill you. If i finally got them, i can start camping because only one or 2 gens are left anyway.

    On an equal game, however, i dont even care about the outcome. you have some chases, you win some, you hook people and go for the rest, you break some gens, they finish some, and its a back and forth where you cant tell who will really make it. Thats a gg for me.

  • PrettyFaceKatePrettyFaceKate Member Posts: 1,704

    It has to be a competitive match on some level. It doesn't necessarily have to be competitive on a 4v1 level, but at least the interactions have to be competitive. If it's lopsided, it just sound like sarcasm to slap a GG, even if it's nobody's fault really.

  • ceerooverceeroover Member Posts: 63

    No point in writing GG in an asymmetric game. Especially if there is no common sense of what is considered fair play.

  • RyuhiRyuhi Member Posts: 1,128

    the game to actually be a good game. I don't get to say it very often because either my side or the other side seems to get screwed over 99% of the time.


    My conditions are:

    Just stick around till you can write gg.

    I'll always write gg, if I'm not bored and die first as a survivor and have to wait 10 mins for the game to end xd

  • oxygenoxygen Member Posts: 1,879

    If I'm still there when the game ends.

    Sorry, but if someone thinks me saying GG like I've always done in every game I've played is trolling, ironic or "he actually means git gud!" that's their problem and not mine. They are free to just don't write gg themselves, but if they're typing out some "actually... it was bg" response I've probably already left so that's their time wasted and not mine.

  • GcarraraGcarrara Member, Mod Posts: 1,574

    As @Lexilogo explained, it's when the game starts accelerating in an exponential way to its end. You'll recognize a snowballing game when you see gens getting rushed one after another, or when you see someone getting hooked, and saved instantly, only for the rescuer getting downed, hooked and rescued, rinse and repeat hook after hook in just a few seconds. Another high risk snowballing case is the basement hooks.

    As a killer i hate when people do multiple hook trades, even if it's technically them handling a win to me. Same when playing survivor and 3 gens get done instantly. I mean if i finish a game in 3 minutes or less, it feels like it was a missed opportunity for a good match.

    Of course it's all subjective. I'm the one who doesn't find speedrunning appealing, and i usually play other games at the slowest pace possible (Civilization Marathon speed, for example 😁 )

  • LirulinielLiruliniel Member Posts: 2,966

    Biggest issue is I never get games that are close as either Killer or Survivor. 9/10 games one side completely stomp the other side. I've had days where I've steamrolled the opposing team all day and then days I was steamrolled all day.

    After thousands of hours I'm not bad at winning more often than losing.

    I miss close games.

  • StehpflanzeStehpflanze Member Posts: 28

    When crutch perks decided the winner

  • VikingWilsonVikingWilson Member Posts: 147

    My conditions for a GG is a non-gen rushing SWF Team 6 and full stacks of BBQ.

  • RaSavage42RaSavage42 Member Posts: 1,742

    I don't mean typing GG at the end

    I want to know what makes a good game... stop with the typing bs

    I feel like I have had plenty good games but I'd rather not type GG at the end or send messages

    What makes go into your next match still remembering what happened in the last match

  • MrsGhostfaceMrsGhostface Member Posts: 513

    I don’t GG unless I receive the message first, and I’ll respond if the player who is saying it wasn’t toxic

  • DeshDesh Member Posts: 877

    Regardless of the end result, I always say GG. For me to be personally satisfied with the game as a killer, I have to get min. 2 kills. Pipping doesn't matter to me because I'm already Rank 1 and ranks just don't matter anymore. As a Survivor, I have to get a minimum of 18k points. Even if I don't survive, that's what I'm striving for. I play killer more often to get BP because being a Survivor just sucks at getting BP, especially solo queue.

  • TheHourManTheHourMan Member Posts: 1,031

    Both sides have a challenging match and both sides nearly win.

  • RaulilloRaulillo Member Posts: 179

    I will say "gg" even if it is not a good game. It's good manners, you respect the other players by telling that the match was good.

    Now to really think that the match was good It has to accomplish at least one of the following things:

    • Being a close match, the difference between players is almost zero and everyone is understanding the game of the other players enough to recognise a good play by the other side, recognize a mistake from either side and learn from either good and bad plays from all players.
    • A intensive learning match. There are matches when you don't stop learning new things, "oh this loop is better if i run this way", "Oh i can throw hatches through that hole between the trees", "Oh there is a ton of people using this path, it should be a good spot for traps". Humans love to learn, we are made of knowledge.
    • A fun match. If i laughed a lot, it was good for me. If everyone laughed it was good for everyone.
    • In this game, matches are so quick that I enjoy a lot long matches.
    • On survivor long chases are so fun that if i have one, the game was good for me.
    • On killer if I make good mind games or use some tech successfuly, it means a good game.
  • RezblazeRezblaze Member Posts: 606

    As a Killer, a GG is a 4k. Anything less is a varying degree of loss.

    As Survivor, a GG is me escaping. Anything less is varying degree of loss.

    Not that loosing is necessarily bad. If I loose a game that I enjoyed I don't mind at all. But the game's conditions on what counts as a 'win' or 'loss' is foggy, so I just make it very strict and straightforward for my own sake.

  • RaSavage42RaSavage42 Member Posts: 1,742

    So what I learned is that players either extend GG as good manners or as a token to all players skill during the match

    Am I wrong in saying that?

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