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Do you think we would ever get new stats in killer popularity

TruffleTurtleTruffleTurtle Member Posts: 615
edited April 2021 in General Discussions

Just interested in who is played the most and the least. Last time I think we got stats on popularity was when the first rift was out. Wonder how it has changed since then.

I honestly don't really like kill rate stats because people always misinterpretate them

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  • OopsAllHexesOopsAllHexes Member Posts: 624

    I would be very interested in this, now that maps have been reworked heavily and perks have been changed.

    Personally, I expect to see Dead Hard in at least top 3.

  • TruffleTurtleTruffleTurtle Member Posts: 615

    I totally forgot they did perk percentages too. Would be nice to see that again as well

  • miketheratguymiketheratguy Member Posts: 2,719

    Funny, I went and reviewed my 1st month of playing the game just last night and came up with my own statistics based on my recorded games.


    This is, of course, purely anecdotal but here are the honest results of my experiences thus far:

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    Five most popular killers: Trickster (obviously, he's the newest even though everyone says they hate him), Huntress, Doctor, Hag, Ghostface. Probably about in that order.

    Five least popular killers: Twins, Plague, Oni, Blight, Freddy. Again, probably about in that order. I've faced the Twins literally three times, TOPS. Freddy, less than ten. This is after like 300 matches now. Freddy is widely considered top-tier from what I've read, as is Blight. Can't explain this one.

    Wraith would be on the higher end of the middle, Deathslinger probably at the bottom of it. I see everyone else at more or less the same rate. Sometimes a few times a day, sometimes not for a few days.

    Most popular survivors: Feng Min, Claudette, Meg, Bill, and maybe Kate. I see at least one of them pretty much every game. I don't know if I've ever had a match without at least one of them in it.

    Least popular survivors: Quentin, Ace (almost NEVER see these two, ever), the thicc girl whose name I don't remember, Ash, and Jeff. All of these characters are very uncommon in my games. I see Felix and Yun-Jin more than any of them, and I even see Laurie Strode almost as much as the most popular characters yet supposedly everyone thinks she's the worst.

    Most common realm (don't know about specific maps because this one has like five): Coldwind Farms. I get one of those maps probably 6 out of every ten games. The various versions of the auto yard and the two Yamaoka Estate maps are the ones that usually fill those other four slots.

    Least common realms: Hawkins Lab, Saw factory (which bums me out because I've come to find this one to probably be my favorite), I get it maybe once every couple of days. Hospital, Haddonfield. Pretty much all the indoor maps and Laurie Strode's place. I get Midwich at KIND of a decent rate, maybe once a day. Everything else is somewhere in between.

  • WishIcouldmainWishIcouldmain Member Posts: 3,950

    The kill rates can be misinterpreted the most.

  • th3th3 Member Posts: 1,711

    People make assumptions about data they show and then you have the Mongoloids saying “nurse has the lowest kill rate why hasn’t she been buffed”

  • th3th3 Member Posts: 1,711

    Both times they’ve showed pick rates they have also included kill rates. What is your point?

  • BrokenSouIBrokenSouI Member Posts: 6,641

    One of the funniest things I ever did was playing with nurse..I used matchbox(removes one blink and increases base movement to 4.2) and bad man's last breath(hitting survivor grants undetectable). They weren't ready for the one blink chase you down nurse 😁

  • ShadowRainShadowRain Member Posts: 607

    I bet Huntress is still the most played killer by far

  • TruffleTurtleTruffleTurtle Member Posts: 615

    i thought the first time it was trapper due to his archive?

  • BeelzeboopBeelzeboop Member Posts: 1,306

    That would mean they would have to show the nonexistent S t a t i s t i c s they keep lording over us.

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