Part 2 of the Eruption changes include making it so that generators no longer lose 10% of their overall progress. Instead, they’ll now lose 10% of the current development which should make it less discouraging for Survivors.
Dead by Daylight’s next upgrade will take objective at one of the video game’s Killer advantages that’s being used quote frequently right now, a lot so that even Behavior Interactive itself considers it a meta perk. The perk in question is Eruption, the one included alongside the Resident Evil DLC character Nemesis, and in the next update, players will find that it works a bit differently compared to the existing version of the perk.
Eruption currently makes it so that Killers can damage generators and apply the impact to those generators. Every generator that’s harmed in this manner is highlighted, and when a Survivor enters the passing away state, all the affected generators explode and lose 10% of their development. Survivors who might have been working on a harmed generator would then shout and would get the incapacitated status result.
The issue depends on solo play, Behavior said, where a teammate can’t quickly alert their allies that they will go down hence making the traps a lot more reliable at impacting expecting Survivors. To correct that issue, the incapacitated status effect is being removed from the perk and is being replaced by a result that reveals the aura of affected Survivors.
Instead, Survivors who are actively working on the generator will yell and expose their aura to the Killer for 10 seconds, Behavior said. Not only will this make the perk less frustrating for solo gamers, but it will also offer the Killer important info on the other Survivors’ whereabouts, so they can attempt to interrupt them.
Eruption currently makes it so that Killers can harm generators and apply the impact to those generators. Every generator that’s harmed this way is highlighted, and when a Survivor gets in the dying state, all the affected generators blow up and lose 10% of their development. Survivors who may have been working on a harmed generator would then shout and would get the incapacitated status result.
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These modifications should be executed whenever the next Chapter is released. Behavior has already begun teasing that new Chapter, so we’d anticipate that we’ll quickly see more teasers along with a release date to provide a better concept of when the update will be out.
This indicates the result will be less serious on generators with less development, however more impactful on generators that are almost finished, Behavior stated.