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Is Infinite looping as bad as camping?



  • DARKBOI777DARKBOI777 Member Posts: 21

    I'm just here for luls and to read the comments but my opinion why care this game is cheeks it has so many bugs or problems I've seen other games been shot to hell due to a skin but yet this game is fun as hell with all the bs bugs at this point might as well play Minecraft atleast I can play that smoothly to be clear for the people that jump in with all stfu you don't know what your talking about and all that one I'm joking two its a opinion don't like seeing someone else's opinion maybe shouldn't be in the forums but for real I hope dbd steps up all it's bug fixes it won't but really took this game outta commission for me time ago

  • DwinchesterDwinchester Member Posts: 961

    One survivor great at looping, not that big of a deal and nowhere near as bad as camping. Four survivors that are great at looping, using comms, and every broken perk in the game, absolutely as bad as camping, because you're screwing with someone else's fun.

    It's gotten better since the god loop nerfs, but yeah, the little turds that made a beeline for the window in ironworks, or cowshed, or rancid abattoir were just as bad as proxy campers.

  • bootrocksbootrocks Member Posts: 10

    As a killer main i say.... let them have loops, the ######### else they got besides perks that only activate after you catch them

  • HeckaYeahHeckaYeah Member Posts: 187

    The *occasional* game where the killer (face) camps doesn't kill vibes. It's when you play and you get 6/7/8 or more games back to back that have a camper that make it frustrating for survivors. Especially when you get downed in the first minute or less of the game.

    The looping though is how you know you're gaining skill as a survivor. If you get good at loops, you can be a decent enough distraction and buy time for other. In my opinion it's how you know that you're actually getting good with the survivor you're playing- you can loop a killer from more than 10 seconds without being downed.

    I think looping can be rewarding for both sides, especially after a survivor has ran for an extended period and the killer outsmarts and downs. Personally the adrenaline rush is 100% why I loop and totally worth it.

  • TheButcher6641TheButcher6641 Member Posts: 252

    If my discussion is bait then why have you replied. If it is, then you have unwittingly given me another reply. I think you have a low quality brain. Oh and for your information, it was a genuine question and although it may seem like an obvious answer to your small-minded head, some people thought differently and you should respect that. If you don't then you are just another harmful and destructive person in the community and are contributing absolutely nothing positive to this discussion.

  • TheButcher6641TheButcher6641 Member Posts: 252

    I can assure you that this is indeed not bait but simply a question to fellow dbd fans as to whether or not they thought that looping is or is not as bad as camping. Also, I mean general looping such as pallet/killer shack looping. I feel that I worded it quite clearly but perhaps I did not. Are you basing the assumption that I'm new around the number of posts I have because I've been playing dbd for over a 1 year now and I don't think that is classified as being new.

  • seki23seki23 Member Posts: 833

    i guess is a bait.

  • OutcastEricOutcastEric Member Posts: 495

    camping is not bad unless you're leatherface with 5 gens. But the problem is, surviors call everything camping. Imagine if killers had such overused terms that survivors had to hear after every match.... lol

  • megdonaldsmegdonalds Member Posts: 742

    Looping is the only way to have a chance against those sweaty tunneling killers and even that is mostly not enough.

  • AcculllaAccullla Member Posts: 984
    edited October 2020

    Depends on what you mean by looping. A lot of people today use getting chased and looping as interchangeable terms. That said, if you're one of those people, then this must be a troll post. Chasing and getting chased is the only skilful interaction in this game.

    On the other hand, if you mean looping pallets literally, as in running circles around a pallet (e.g. ormond pallets with full LoS) until the killer catches up, then dropping it and running to the next one, rinse and repeat, then yeah - I find this extremely boring both as killer and survivor - the chase just becomes a contest of who can hug tiles better and round the tighter corners - I wouldn't even call this an actual chase.

    If you go by the second definition, then yeah, I'd say it's pretty much as interactive as a survivor getting camped

  • weirdkid5weirdkid5 Member Posts: 2,093

    Actually Looping is not what the game was meant to be. The devs have said before they never intended for it to happen, it's just what ended up happening, so now it is actually accounted for in terms of balancing.

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