They aren't always online. And it's a hassle to get everyone together all the time. Solo queue is actually good when SBMM doesn't turn itself off for the sake of queue times. That's where my complaints lie
I have no issue with solo q. Its all ive ever played (no friends that play it) I've carried teams and been carried in my years of playing. Plenty of killers to keep it interesting also.
“No offense, but…”
Said by everyone who ever really means to cause offense.
I actually am one of the few that doesn’t mind SoloQ.
op means join a random dbd group and play with the people in it on discord. Many survive with "friends" groups are just people that want to win and not people that know each other irl.
You might become friends if you play enough together though.
Personally, because I like to play on my own timeline.
I don't want to be on mics, I don't want to have to ready up on others preferences, I don't want map offerings played, I don't want dbd EZ mode.
I like the challenge of solo as well the freedom. I also like to play a lot of killer, and I play how I like to verse.
So while I am all for others fun and support them playing how they like. I prefer, honestly answering, "Solo" when a killer asks if we were swfing?
i don't want to win i want to make flashbangs and do stupid ######### without feeling guilty about it
the suggestion is appreciated though :)
1: I get tired of hearing my friends complain about how a killer is playing.
2: Survivor is way too easy with friends.
Overall I wish playing as survivor was harder....It's boring. It's why I prefer playing killer now.
Solo is bad because of matchmaking and lack of map awareness. Having an icon to indicate what others are doing would be a wonderful tool (Not aura readings like kindred, that's a lot of free information, maybe like a little gen icon without knowing which gen they are on).
Because I only have 2 friends who actually play this game and both of them aren't on DBD that much because they don't play it that much anymore. That and I don't have many friends in general.
I feel like what you're saying is easier said than done for others like me and refuses to empathize with others. I have social anxiety and struggle with making new friends, not to mention it's not easy getting friends into DBD. There's a reason why I main killer in DBD; it's because I feel more comfortable with playing alone, and killer is a lot more enjoyable in terms of singleplayer to me.
At the same time though, I really want to enjoy solo survivor, but it's just so hard to do so at times. You're either going to get the most incompetent teammates that screw you over, or a 3-man top tier comp team, it's just way too inconsistent.
The solution is to balance solo queue with SWF, then buff killer. That way, it is less of a hassle in terms of balancing. Thankfully, BHVR is trying to do that with those icon thingies.
Jokes on you I already do that ######### going in solo q unless there's a survivor challenge you won't see me in solo q lol
Talking to people is scary.
I like you
I told my friends not ever to buy DBD because of the grind.
Because thats what friends do.
You are good friend, unlike me.
We could try to open a DbD friend finder.
Sort by area, timezone and preferred languages.
So am I. Most people on this forum probably don't like me. I usually just say whatever I'm thinking, and I can come off as rude at times. No one would play with me, lol. Actually, I did have some friends that played but they all quit.
This. AND not all of my friends play video games or are online when I am.
You guys have friends?
A few, yea.
I'll get a mail-order bride, but she can stay wherever she lives, and I only pay her to play DBD SWF with me. Seems like a good solution, though she'll probably dump my ass in short order, not because the money isn't good, but because she's got to play DBD.
That should be why people like you. Always be you and say whats on your mind. That is what the forums are supposed to be but instead its primarily an echo chamber.
I rarely ever agree with you but your opinions matter....I like you. The killer in me dont though but respects nonetheless.