If they shift to looping for beginners then that makes it so experienced players can loop you for a minute and a half at one loop.
I hate playing endless chase simulator. Expecially when the newer versions of the map make it so much easier to get to the next loop after you force the killer to kick the pallet. You cant zone a survivor out of the whole darn map.
I hate it because its a direct taunt. Its staring at the killer and saying 'lol i outplayed you you suck' if i knew tebagging had no meaning behind it i wouldnt care but it pisses me off that there are so many survivors willing to gloat about how good they are.
I want to give up, too.
But I can't because they disabled suicide on hook.
I like it.... im glad thats gone
How many hours do you have? I think it is just you needing to put in some more time to learn. I won't get into a statistics debate, but killers as a whole are over a 50% kill average. With you getting only 7 to 15% kills you are well below the average. I get it can be frustrating if all your matches seem like you are going against people that severely out skill you, but you really learn more in those matches than you do killing 4 people of lesser skill because you will learn what works and doesn't work against good survivors versus only learning what works against bad survivors.
In my opinion, the balance is the best it has been for killer. That doesn't mean certain things don't need tweaks, but it used to be a lot harder.
I was devotion 2 level 64 on ps4 but ive since switched to pc (lost all my teachables so i cant go around playing fun builds whether i win or lose anymore) and now i have around 100 hrs on pc and i was at rank 3 before my rank DIDNT get reset and i had to start manually deping because i was tired of trying and getting murdered. (It hurts less letting everyone escape when you know you arent trying to kill anyone)
Yes, i agree. Look at The Game; the problem is, once the pallets are gone, there is nothing to work with anymore, because there are few faults, and few ways to juke now. But there are lots of good pallets. If you get good loopers, you are lost with most killers. If you have a bad one, he can occupie you still long enough, but afterwards there is nothing left for survivors to work with.
If you want to give up then do it. You're really over exaggerating how powerful survivors are. Gen speeds are really the only issue.