Dead by Daylight is easily one of the most improved games since its release in 2016. This game, which is the perfect combination of horror and survival themes, has only gone strength by strength and now boasts of having one of the most loyal fan communities in the online gaming genre.
The game’s evolution can be looked at through the characters that are available in the game for playthrough. From three killers to four survivors to over twenty murders and survivors, with the number only rising with each update, Dead by Daylight has come a long way.
Naturally, with so many characters and challenging gameplay, it is hard for players to get started even with DBD cheats. It could easily lead to one feeling frustrated and even quitting the game. However, you do not have to do that, as we have just the guide that will help you out. Following are top strategies, tricks, and tips that will help a beginner not just survive in Dead by Daylight but thrive in it. Therefore, you should strictly follow them.
Learn the maps ASAP
Not a surprise; if you want to have any hope of escaping the killer, you need to learn the map’s layout immediately. It is a simple and the best tip that a beginner could follow. Even if you suck in combat or anything for that matter, if you can quickly formulate a plan to escape the killer, your chances of survival will skyrocket through the roof.
Doing so will also allow you to get familiar with the areas that are more suitable for the players and be aware of those that are simply the killer’s playground. This knowledge can be the key and would save your life countless times.
Focus on the generator
Before starting the game, ask yourself – do you know your objective? No, it is not targeting the killer; it is to escape the place. And how could you do that? By powering up the generators. So, it makes sense that it should be the number one priority of your character; everything else comes later. The escape gates would not open until they were powered up.
Now, you should immediately target the generator from the start because the higher number of survivors would keep the killer distracted. Once that number thins to something manageable, so would your chances of getting out alive.
Each survivor is different; learn their stats.
Do not just assume that the different characters in the game are simply skins for players to choose from. All survivors are different from each other and have unique characteristics, with strengths and weaknesses. So, you cannot simply choose any character for your gameplay without giving much thought to it. Take the case of Meg; she is a scout and can run fast. On the other hand, Dwight is great at repairs (which is massively helpful in repairing the generator), but it is also slow. Take all this into account while making the all-important choice.
Always be on the move.
If you think you can survive this game by hiding in a secure location, then you are in for a rude awakening. First, there is no ‘safe palace’ in Dead by Daylight; you simply cannot survive all night, as the killer will find you sooner or later.
Second, when, and not if, the killer finds you, you cannot run away simply because they are faster than your character’s speed. So, simply put, hiding away is a losing strategy from every angle. The only option is to always be on the move and use your camera to track the killer’s movement. Maybe, and only maybe, you would come out unscathed.
Killers have weaknesses, too; remember that.
Now killers may seem like an unstoppable force of nature, and they are pretty close to that, but it does not mean they are invisible. You would find that most killers in the game have some weakness that the survivors can take advantage of and gain that crucial upper hand. But even then, killers are still formidable opponents.
Take the chainsaw-wielding hillbilly. Scary, right? However, it can only go in a straight line, and it takes a while for the Deathslinger to retreat the weapon. So, simply put, if one can dodge the first attack and come out alive, there is an excellent chance that they would be able to make a run for it. However, it is advised that you do not run in a straight line, as your movement would be easy for the killer to track.