PC: New Map (Lab) Hooking Causes Crashes!!!
This has happened to me 3 Times already today, exact same issue each time, and it has been very frustrating to deal with given that I don't have all that much time to play DBD this week and was very excited to test the new content in this patch and farm some BP.
I have submitted Crash Reports for each occasion if I remember correctly.
I will be playing a match on the New Map (Stranger Things Lab) as KILLER.
I will be around 70-90% Complete with the match each time, usually only 1-2 more Survivors remaining.
I will go to HOOK a Survivor I had just picked up. (Different Hooks INCLUDING Basement Hook) As soon as Survivor is hooked my Game Crashes and I receive a Crash Report to Send...
After this I am unable to log into the game successfully unless I restart my entire Steam client, but then the game does work again.
This crash has lost me 3 of my Survivor Puddings as well as some really good power addons, a ton of Blood Points as each of the games I crashed in were going to be 4K's most definitely (multiple gens remaining with only 2 players left) and were good long games, and overall at least 1.5 if not 2 hours of my time today. On a day where I tried to only allow myself a little bit of time to play and enjoy the new DLC content I paid for, it was a huge disappointment and very frustrating to have to deal with this bug.
I don't know how, but I think it would be great if the company could reimburse us somehow for our negative experience, for those of us experiencing this crash, as it cannot possibly only be happening to me (I have never crashed in DBD before mid-game) and because it always seems to happen exactly while hooking a survivor on the new map.
One way they could make up for these technical difficulties would possibly be throwing another Bonus BP Event in the near future perhaps, I would prefer something more direct to me since I know I suffered from this experience, but at least if I could get some of my BP back that I lost in 2x event it would help me feel better in the end.
Hopefully this gets to the right people! Cheers, thank you for the assistance.