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Do people get annoyed when i send a gg?

I just had a killer claim he will report and block me cause i sent him "ggs that was a fun game, you got unlucky as trapper on hawkins."

So im curious do people find it annoying when you send them a gg after they've lost?

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  • EmpireWinnerEmpireWinner Member Posts: 617

    From my experience, people do get tilted when they didn't have a "fair" match, so yes.

  • Dead_by_GadflyDead_by_Gadfly Member Posts: 2,908

    I dont personally, but ive found it excedingly rare to get a gg when i win as killer

  • RespectfulnancymainRespectfulnancymain Member Posts: 1,547

    I actually send a gg almost everygame even if the killer wins. He probably thought i was making fun of him maybe

  • Dead_by_GadflyDead_by_Gadfly Member Posts: 2,908

    I do too, be the change you want to see and all that. What im getting at though idms he gets way more hate mail, so its easy to take a gg as a slight. You did nothing wrong, keep killing em with kindness

  • Divine_ConfettiDivine_Confetti Member Posts: 1,089

    I don't understand why people feel it's necessary to message the killer in general unless something funny/unique happened in a match. Like you probably wouldn't message someone on the enemy team in a standard game of Overwatch or Siege or whatever, why go out of your way to do it here? Just because there's only 1 guy and it's more "personal"?

  • whammigobambamwhammigobambam Member Posts: 494

    If PS4 gamers had the ability to type gg post match, I would be that guy that gg's even if it wasn't good game.

  • RespectfulnancymainRespectfulnancymain Member Posts: 1,547

    I usually send ggs in any game where the enemy team has less then 5 people. in dbd i send ggs to one or 2 survivors.

  • CraftingSoupCraftingSoup Member Posts: 71

    Maybe he thought you were trolling or making fun of him. A lot of people do that.

  • profrogprofrog Member Posts: 13

    If either side gets stomped then a simple gg might feel a little patronizing, but if you had good intentions then it's not a big deal

  • CrazewtboyCrazewtboy Member Posts: 784

    Typically no people don't get mad (especially on console where we rarely ever get a GG), though if the person you are messaging had a particularly bad match, it could seem like you are using sportsmanship as an insult to be an ass. It's rare, but some people do it. Typically to mock the killer. He probably got the two mixed up/took it the wrong way

  • PigMainClaudettePigMainClaudette Member Posts: 2,491

    People get mad at me when they say GG and I point out how it really wasn't. I get called salty for it, but hey, they camped and tunnelled with an ebony mori, or any combination of those sort of things.

    Unless it was a balanced, back-and-forth game with good struggle on either side, I don't bother with a GG. That being said, if I give a GG, it is because it was actually a good game, and I'll normally have a nice comment to go with it.

  • MdawguMdawgu Member Posts: 110

    I try to say GG every game. Unless its a game where i completely dominate as either role. In my experience they think it comes off as a sarcastic jab to say GG so i just move onto the next game.

  • DelsKibaraDelsKibara Member Posts: 2,042

    I sometimes say GG with a ";)" at the end if I was facing an optimal team, especially if I beat them. Some people will just get annoyed if you send a GG because they didn't think they had a "Good Game". So that just feels like rubbing salt on their wound.

  • OmegaXIIOmegaXII Member Posts: 1,391
    edited May 14

    i mean, i send a gg every match regardless results. But usually i only receive a gg back when they won the match.. if they lose, no response and all kinds of salts..

  • BovinityBovinity Member Posts: 1,474

    If people are feeling salty, basically anything you say - or even if you say nothing - is going to be perceived as negative.

  • MekochiMekochi Member Posts: 61

    I send gg to killers when they win as well, did it to a killer who killed me and another person because 2 teammates DCed, cuz arguing gets ya no where since everyone wants to be right even when in the wrong

  • XzanXzan Member Posts: 268

    "I won, you lost. Good Game!"

    I had a round where the killer absolutely destroyed us. Instead of a "gg", he sent us a "gl next", which felt way better.

  • EvilJoshyEvilJoshy Member Posts: 1,431

    I usually say GG just to be polite. If it's a one sided match or someone was playing toxic/hacking I don't say GG cause I felt it wasn't fair. The only time I get annoyed is when people say "gg ez". To me, saying EZ is saying "you suck".

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 15,328

    For non-SWF survivors, that's easily explained: after they lost (died), they just left and got back into the queue. There's basically no reason to stick around as a survivor, other than waiting for the rest of your SWF.

  • AnnoyedAtTheGameAnnoyedAtTheGame Member Posts: 268

    I don't mind a GG as long as it hasn't come from a toxic group who are just saying it to annoy me or frustrate me.

    I've had rank 1 survivors lose against me and say GG because they must have had fun losing against me.

    some / most of the time I just get hate mail from survivors screaming at me.

  • IamDwightIamDwight Member Posts: 121

    I stopped saying anything post-game. I just leave. Win or lose.

    What I see the most frustrating is when a killer says "gg" when they 5-gen tryhard slug and 4K. Same goes for a 4-man swf who flashlights you at every opportunity, genrush, ALL tbag at gates and escape. Both cases are annoying.

    Like yeah? gg for you? Not for everyone else.

  • DepressedNurseMainDepressedNurseMain Member Posts: 662

    Personally, I do enjoy getting ggs, but the few bad apples out there really give me mixed feelings whether or not the person is being sarcastic or not, like for example I had a really bad game as trapper one time and I got a message saying "GG" then shortly after I said GG back they replied with an "Ez". You can't really tell whether the person is making fun of you or being genuine, I personally understand why the killer felt it was negative. I don't think anybody enjoys being made fun of and typically on PS4 you only get messaged when the other team wants to rub in the victory or tell you how garbage you played if you won against them. (Though I do sometimes get pleasant individuals who do mean it and those few people are really enjoyable to have.)

  • MrDardonMrDardon Member Posts: 1,147

    I don't get tilted at all because I turned off all the chats ingame. But yeah, sometimes people write "gg" if they win, doesn't matter if the other side had fun or not. It was a gg in their point of view because they won. They might as well write gg ez.

  • Rey_512Rey_512 Member Posts: 526

    I only send “GG EZ” to the opponents when I win. Why are they getting mad? I’m clueless, please help.

  • DeadHardManDeadHardMan Member Posts: 99

    To me, the winning side should always wait for at least one member of the losing side to state "gg" first then respond. This way you're showing courtesy to the losing side and not gloating how you won.

    That's why I always never say "gg" first when I play Killer and get a 3 or 4k, I wait for a "gg" from the Survivors.

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