Is Playing Killer really that bad?
I'm just curious I keep seeing so many bitter posts, saying how strong survivors are etc. And I'm a bit confused by it. I've only really started playing truly in the last 2 months or so. But I've gotten to rank 1 as Survivor, and as a killer. My killer of choice, and probably the only killer I really will ever care to play is my boy Michael Myers. I typically run BBQ, Nurses, Hex Ruin, and Monitor & abuse. Though at times I might run whispers over nurses.
The majority of my games I tend to get at least 3 kills, I'd say about 70% of the time. Very very rarely do I get only 1 kill, and generally it's against swf, who have excellent communication. I watch a lot of videos on youtube to help me out as well to figure out what more experienced players than myself do in a lot of situations, and with different builds. They also tend to get at bare minimum 2 kills a game, though it's possible they only show their wins.
But I don't get why it's so bad off, yes SWF can make stuff incredibly frustrating, but if you really don't want to deal with it you can usually just ditch a lobby when it's completely obvious that it's SWF, which to me makes it almost a non-issue.
I'll be honest though, I get salty on the swamp...it's usually the map that I can't kill everyone on, I lose track of people far too easily, and feel like I waste too much time going up on boats and docks to try and stop people from doing gens. lol