That's typical for DbD nowadays unfortunately. The game is much less active at night too. And if you're red rank.
What rank? I know the fastest queues are around 5-15. 16-20 relies too much on newer survivors so it's longer than normal.
No big deal. I'm currently only rank 16, i was rank 1 less than a year ago. Big enough break that my rank degraded down to where i'm at.
Seems to be happening to peeps. De-sync where it shows a slowed timer for survivors so they don't realize there's no time left.
Ugh! It would be really nice if Behavior could update this game and not screw something up in the process. Guess I'll just have to deal with it because I'm not missing out on double bloodpoints.
Think of it as a new way to get jumpscared LOL
In my opinion you would be safe buying DbD as they have different gameplay loops. Friday the 13th is like a sandbox while DbD is more straight forward and streamlined. This is a poor comparison (its the best I got), but I view Friday like Battlefield and DbD like COD. They're both military FPS yet play quite a bit differently.Looking for a very quick opinion.
I bought Friday 13th on the Switch and had a blast with the game.
Thinking Of also buying DbD but I’m afraid the gameplay is too similar to one another and I get a burnout.
Am I safe? Are the two different enough that I don’t get tired of them?
Also, anyone knows if the online community on the Switch is large enough? Doesn’t take more than 2m to find a game in Friday 13th, so I guess I’m also safe with DnD in this regard?
Idea I had is that you should be able to use your flashlight on her husk to see if it's a husk or not. This could provide a nice counter to the current standing still game lmao.
Took the bait, bought it! Still haven’t tried, but you got me curious :)In my opinion you would be safe buying DbD as they have different gameplay loops. Friday the 13th is like a sandbox while DbD is more straight forward and streamlined. This is a poor comparison (its the best I got), but I view Friday like Battlefield and DbD like COD. They're both military FPS yet play quite a bit differently.
As someone who preferred Friday when they both released, I'm definitely able to say DbD is the superior product, and you really should pick it up. It makes up for it's simplistic nature with a constant stream of content/patches and creativity needed for mind-gaming other players.
It's like this during double bloodpoints events. It's the same on PS4.
Still going through the tutorials, but can you explain why this happens?
Killers gain more bloodpoints than survivors. So whenever there's a double BP event, guess which side is better to gain a lot of BP? Killer. So everyone plays killer because survivors don't gain enough.
You need 4x the amount of people playing survivor vs killer for fast lobbies, if everybody switches to killer to get extra points then there's not enough survivors to get a queue goin.