Tips for solo queue that might help out someone.
I've been playing some solo queue and I always find others complaining about it. Believe me, theres days where it can be awful. But my overall experience with it isn't the worst. Some of these tips depend on if you are matched with people of your skill or not so you cant really control all the factors but here anyway.
1) Trust in your teammates responses. This is one that is affected by ranks, and wether or not everyone is matched properly with each other. But typically what I do is if we are working on the first gen of the game and me and my team is working on then gen with no idea who the killer is, if I see them get off the gen and start running, I will run away from the gen too. if we are both looking on different sides of the gen, it is possible they saw a stealth killer like wraith,pig, or ghostface coming toward the gen so trust in their actions and respond accordingly. Won't work when playing with lower ranks cuz many run away just because.
2) Prioritize dangerous generators. While you may not be able to talk with your team, if you see everybody doing all of the safe generators or all of the generators on the sides of the map, it will likely doom you guys in the end. Try and get everybody to work on the dangerous gens first and get the safe ones later. If you can't get others, try and do them yourself. Getting them done will help a lot in the end.
3) AWARENESS. Be very observant and aware of what is happening during the trial. This is one of the most important rules that lead to people dying in solo queue. While there are perks that can help, it is best to learn how to be aware without perks. For example, if you are the closest person to a hooked person and somebody else gets hit, (depending on the situation or how little time they have until they get to next stage) t might be wise to get the save from the person since the killer is distracted. DONT ASSUME the other person will get the save because the other person could be across the map and thinking the same things then the guy on hook dies because nobody was thinking ahead and accessing the situation. Remember, if the obsession is getting chased, you can see it with the claws moving on the bottom by their name. That basically is telling you that you are safe for the time being. Also when doing gens make sure you are looking around you and have an escape plan and looking from all directions from where the killer may be. Make sure you learn your teams perks and items too, that may make some tasks easier for everybody knowing somebody has borrowed or somebody is running a totem build, etc.
Anyway that's it, Ik most of the forum is filled with experts and I wouldn't consider myself the know all be all or anything but figured I'd post this anyway cuz why not :P