Camping and tunneling, and why people do it [semi-real reason]
Before we start...
Sure, let's get the potato killer who got destroyed or a mediocre killer destroyed by really good survivors too many times, put aside..
With that out of the way.
There are other reasons why people could do it,
well, it used to feel like an acomplishment just to kill someone.
But now? Ranks (by ranks meaning the hidden MMR) are being adjusted based on if you killed/survived/died/didn't kill.
Killers see, that:
- not only does it cripple the remaining survivors because they've lost a teammate
- the killer also gets +1 kill so in Matchmaker's eyes he did a good job
And, not only that, survivors, survivors that get camped and tunneled,
hmmmmm what would they possibly do in a situation where dying literally means losing MMR,
maybe run the strongest perks and DS?
I hope you get the idea...