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best to worst maps (survivor)


macmillan estate

red forest


yamaoka estate

crotus penn asylum



badham preschool



meat packing plant

post your opinions!


  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 2,794


    Crotus Prenn Asylum



    Yamaoka Estate

    Red Forest

    Gideon Meat Plant

    MacMillan Estate


    Backwater Swamp

    Badham Preschool

    Treatment Theater

    Honestly The Game isn’t a bad survivor map. It has TONS of pallets to work with. Badham isn’t great for survivor. All the pallets can be easily bloodlusted.

  • MochanMochan Member Posts: 2,886

    Coldwind is only good against newb killers. Killers who know how to track in the corn have a very easy time on coldwind. The open fields are hell to try to loop a killer. Especially Rotten Fields.

    McMillan is generally great, all the maps on MacMillan are good for survivors.

    But the best map for Survivors is without a doubt Haddonfield.

    Ormond and the Swamp maps are also good and easy.

    Worst maps are Lery's and Meat Plant. Autohaven Wreckers is also pretty bad, but some of the maps like Azarov's Resting Place are good.

  • AetherBytesAetherBytes Member Posts: 1,782

    But the best map for Survivors is without a doubt Haddonfield.

    Tell that to my Ghostface

    *Takes a swig*

  • MochanMochan Member Posts: 2,886

    Just because you are good at the game and an outlier, doesn't mean Haddonfield isn't the best map for survivors. Most killers hate Haddonfield, and even without balanced landing there's a lot of good and easy loops on Haddonfield.

  • Yung_SlugYung_Slug Member Posts: 2,235

    I remember playing the PTB for ghostface and every time I got haddonfield there was a survivor standing on the front balcony looking for me.

    I'm surprised OP ranked haddonfield so low. He must not use balanced landing.

  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 2,794

    @Mochan Rotten Fields is TERRIBLE for killer. It’s a massive map. Killers with no map control usually lose. I’m honestly super corn blind so I hate all farm maps.

    MacMillan is great...except for Shelter Woods. That map has nothing to work with for survivor.

    Azarov’s Resting Place is slightly killer sided due to the fact that you can guard one side of the map and make it unsafe and defend all the generators on that side. Pretty easy 3-4 gen set up. I’ve stayed on one side of the map for the entire game and won without even going to the other side.

  • MochanMochan Member Posts: 2,886
    edited September 2019

    I am not saying Rotten Field is easy for killer. As I recall the stats for maps show Rotten Fields is the highest survival rate for survivors.

    I'm just saying killers who don't have corn blindness are hard to fight on Rotten Fields. It's big and vast, but the only safe spots are in the sides of the map, so it's hard if you are caught in the open.

    But I get that since it's huge it's hard to patrol and defend on Rotten Fields. {Perhaps it's just my luck but I usually get Billy on Rotten Fields, and he is like God on Rotten Fields.

    I get that you can 3-gen Azarov's but unless you're doing Doctor gen defense 3-gen isn't that powerful and smart survivors will push to finish at least one gen on both sides so that you can't 3-gen. There's lots of relatively safe spots especially in the middle of the map so it's easy to keep the killer busy while someone finishes a gen on each side. And the middle of the map is easy to juke killers with even when all the palettes have been used up.

  • AetherBytesAetherBytes Member Posts: 1,782

    Can confirm the Azarov thing, have done the same thing accidentally twice.

  • MegMain98MegMain98 Member Posts: 2,794

    @Mochan Doctor can only delay the game FOREVER. He can’t actually catch survivors quick enough to be a real threat. If you’re able to 3 gen with a killer like Spirit, Nurse, or Hag you’re most likely going to win. Chasing survivors on your side and destroying all the pallets will make that side unsafe and they can’t do anything about it.

    A killer like Leatherface can’t really defend generators but if you’re playing Spirit the survivors will go down like flies especially if you slug.

  • Dwight_FairfieldDwight_Fairfield Member Posts: 4,985

    All maps on Mcmillan are good for survivors? Shelter Woods says hello.

  • MochanMochan Member Posts: 2,886
    edited September 2019

    Hahah ok except for Sheltered. I hate that map too. And it feels so small to boot even though it's kind of big.

  • ocafghanistanocafghanistan Member Posts: 5,704

    shelter woods is the worst map for survivor because it's 90% deadzone

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