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Should I Switch To steam

A few months ago I after waiting for for the best time to get back into Dbd, Couple of months later and I buy Xbox game pass for pc and download Dbd thinking a couple games wont hurt this isn't going to be my main account.4 days later and bought 2 killers and every killer is level 50 except nurse, Fast forward to now where I have 200 hours on the account and have spent 53.89 dollars on dbd over 3 months yes, I did do the math, you see Xbox game pass is connected to the Microsoft store I cant play the PTB and do a lot of things on the windows store

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  • A_Skinny_LegendA_Skinny_Legend Member Posts: 877

    Yeah, go for it. If it is in your heart, then do it.

  • SeanzuSeanzu Member Posts: 7,276

    The issue is you'll have to buy the DLC again, if you're genuinely interested, hit me up with your discord and I'll give you a code for the base game but you'll have to buy the DLCS.

  • MadLordJackMadLordJack Member Posts: 8,815

    There is no cross progression with accounts. You will lose everything, all of your progress and purchases, and have to start over, because you will be using a different account on a different store to play the game.

  • SeanzuSeanzu Member Posts: 7,276

    Yes , just know you'll be starting from scratch if you do

  • miketheratguymiketheratguy Member Posts: 2,719

    If you're patient, you can get this game for a steal. My buddy bought it for me in March, when it was on sale for $15 bucks, meaning that to fill the game with all of the DLC myself (which was also half off during the main game sale) cost roughly the same as a regular full-priced game. You really do get a lot of content for around $70 dollars.

    The Steam sale happened at least once again in the mere few months since the last sale. It MAY go on sale again when the RE content officially launches. Unlike the consoles (including the Switch Lite, which I also have the game on), Steam doesn't charge for a subscription. In my opinion these factors make the Steam version the best one available. Just keep in mind that yes, while there is cross-play, there is not yet cross-PROGRESSION meaning you'll be starting from scratch and having to buy all the desired DLC as I explained above. But, again, if you weigh the cost of purchasing and refilling a second copy of the game against the yearly cost of paying for console servers, it's really not that bad.

    Up to you though, of course.

  • Luciferr_2ndLuciferr_2nd Member Posts: 910

    Meh ive been playing dbd on ps4 since February 2018 and i havent ever had the urge to switch to pc

    So its up to you, but i dont think its worth it just for the ptb you can see all the new content from youtube creators or twitch.

  • gibblywibblywoogibblywibblywoo Member Posts: 3,773

    I was on xbox for 3 and a half years and after just 1 week on pc I couldn't go back to choppy 20 fps at best.

    Shame I never got to port my save over but its been about a year and I've got most of my grind back.

    That said, its nice reducing the grind by not unlocking the trash teachables this time around.

  • miketheratguymiketheratguy Member Posts: 2,719

    I missed that getting in on the PTB was part of the question. No, don't get the Steam version for the PTB. The RE chapter goes live for everybody in just 2 weeks if I recall correctly.

    But yeah, as was said, the PC version has higher framerates which is always nice. Same game otherwise.

  • Laurie268Laurie268 Member Posts: 433

    If you do make the switch, I recommend buying all your dlc from cdkeys. Every dlc is only a few bucks, the base game right now for me is only €4,70. Never had any problems with all the dlc I bought.

  • ALostPuppyALostPuppy Member Posts: 3,398
    edited May 2021

    You'd have to rebuy the DLC, go through the grind you've already gone through and then some after that all for...something. I don't really see the point of getting it on Steam now if you're still gonna use the Windows Store for other things.

    The only thing you're missing out on with the Windows Store AFAIK is the PTB (and mods if those count but we're not allowed to discuss them on here). Idk why you'd go through all that and spend all that money and waste all that time just so you can play a buggy version of the content that comes out 3 weeks later anyway.

  • Pyramid_head_mainPyramid_head_main Member Posts: 25

    Thank you all for giving me your option This is all very helpful in making my choice to not switch to steam

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