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Dead by Daylight,the game where killers act more civilized than the survivors

Which in retrospect,should be the other way around.Whenever I play killer,2 out of 3 games are survivors complaining of playing my role and doing a good job as a killer.

Sometimes just straight out insulting because they get salty and rage for no reason.And pretty much every single time survivors escapes,they feel the need to boast sending messages like gg ez baby killer,i'm better than you learn to play,uninstall,while keeping a straight face.

What makes survivors so angry?Whenever I play soloq and a survivors start being rude for no reason to the killer I always try to tell them there's no reason to be toxic and wonder why they couldn't just leave and calm down.



  • Jill10230Jill10230 Member Posts: 475
    edited October 2020

    People won't change, especially for a video game ! Yes I can tbag, but only if a killer toxicly farms the BP... But a Bubba waiting on the hook he don't know play, and he doesn't deserve a tbag, because the game becomes difficult for killers...

    I don't know your style of play, I don't know anything about you, but if you haven't done anything toxic.. they're the problem, not you. I'm on console so I can't read the chat, but on Xbox (without the cross platform) when you win it's a maximum of reports on your profile... You're lucky that it's only words, so leave the game when is over and don't look the chat.

  • LetsPlayTogetherLetsPlayTogether Member Posts: 2,117

    Thats the most obvious lie ever written in this forum.

  • brokedownpalacebrokedownpalace Member Posts: 7,106

    What do you guys do when you play a game that doesn't have distinct sides like killer and survivor? For instance, Call of Duty? If you can't clearly separate the people you think are civilized and uncivilized into two obvious groups? Do you maybe just play the game?

    Try doing that. It works wonders.

  • DzeikorDzeikor Member Posts: 704
    edited October 2020

    I'm playing the game to get as many bps as possible in the end,meaning not to camp since that just hinders that aspect.

  • HectorBrandoHectorBrando Member Posts: 1,751

    I see equal crap from both sides, Survivors tend to be worse in post chat, Killers tend to be worse in-game but the quantity of douchebagery is almost the same from both sides.

  • SlickstylesSlickstyles Member Posts: 436

    I've experienced toxicity from both sides equally. Toxic killers would tell you to ######### for denying them a single kill and survivors go for the good ol' ggez baby killer.

  • TalanarTalanar Member Posts: 30

    1 evening of playing:

    -2 x camping huntress

    -2x pig who attacks you when you are stuck by the machine and try to untrap

    -3x afk Oni

    -3 various killers who downed whole team in 2 minutes

    Yes, civilised as hell

  • TalanarTalanar Member Posts: 30

    Nobody throws himself at anyone. It's the killer who follows everyone who come to help the 1st one down.

  • DeckergirlDeckergirl Member Posts: 39

    Teabagging lol so outdated.

    Its clearly bouncing up & down on the D.

    Anyone who admits to riding the D also gets mad when they get camped

    Can you confirm? Because I can confirm if you didn't do that then you'd still be alive...(lol)

  • DeckergirlDeckergirl Member Posts: 39

    What do we do in games like cod where some kid bounces on the D?

    You laugh at them. They only did that because they finally got their first kill and took it personal

    If they message you or try call you out for outplaying them then laugh harder.

    Someone decided to not have fun in a game about having fun & tried to make others miserable right?

    So just note, if that ever happens your definitely doing something right.

    Don't let other people dictate you.

  • MrPeterPFLMrPeterPFL Member Posts: 636

    Both sides can be toxic

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 21,675

    I'm not sure you understand what "disproportionately" means. I'm saying that even if I take into account the fact that there are 4 times as many survivors, they have still been more toxic than killers.

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 21,675

    You're not "pointing out" anything. What you're doing is like saying a jaywalker and an arsonist are both criminals. Yes, they both broke the law, but the arsonist is just worse.

    Likewise, many people experience a lot more (and worse) toxicity on the survivor side that's not explainable by the player ratio.

  • OrionOrion Member Posts: 21,675

    If you don't care about the numbers, then why did you bring them up as a counter-argument?

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