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Wiggling free

Does it matter how fast you rotate your joystick when wiggling free from a killer's grasp? Recently I have tried doing it as fast as I can and one pretty slow and I haven't really noticed a difference.

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  • NoMitherPlayerNoMitherPlayer Member Posts: 174
    In my games as à killer, survivors never wiggle off anyways, I've so many hooks ^_^
  • Rebel_RavenRebel_Raven Member Posts: 1,776

    @NoMitherPlayer said:
    In my games as à killer, survivors never wiggle off anyways, I've so many hooks ^_^

    To be fair, wiggling is basically to buy time, prevent hostage taking (Imagine grabbing the last survivor, and just standing there and they have no wiggle mechanic), and prevent every carry leading to basement plays.
    Escape is just a side benefit.

  • Rebel_RavenRebel_Raven Member Posts: 1,776

    @Peanits said:
    It does not matter. If you're wiggling, you're wiggling at max speed. It's a set rate, you can't go faster.

    The only time it goes slower is if you do it slow enough that your character physically stops wiggling, as in you're doing it so slow that the bar doesn't increase at all.

    It does feel like there is some sort of optimal stick movement though. Like if you go too fast, or use wrong movements it goes slower.

  • MalakirMalakir Member Posts: 799

    @Peanits said:
    It does not matter. If you're wiggling, you're wiggling at max speed. It's a set rate, you can't go faster.

    The only time it goes slower is if you do it slow enough that your character physically stops wiggling, as in you're doing it so slow that the bar doesn't increase at all.

    It does feel like there is some sort of optimal stick movement though. Like if you go too fast, or use wrong movements it goes slower.

    placebo effect
  • Austinmd02Austinmd02 Member Posts: 66
    Thanks guys for your feedback 
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