In any online multiplayer game, cheaters and stream snipers have always been an unwelcome but lingering presence. Dead by Daylight continues to suffer from these unwelcome troublemakers, as developer Behaviour Interactive has been turning a blind eye to the requests of the player base. Streamers and content creators are often the targets of these attacks. Dead by Daylight content creator and community mainstay Otzdarva has almost had enough after having to deal with stream snipers and hackers multiple times.
In a video, Otzdarva posted titled “DBD Streaming Becomes Very Unfun”, where he detailed how playing Dead by Daylight became more stressful for him as the number of cheaters he faced continued to remain high. come bigger. Otzdarva goes on to explain how the massive stream sniper constantly monitors his channel to match and ruin his experience and his popular 50-game winning streak on YouTube. He concluded the video by explaining that the experience is akin to “showing up at a party, but you’re scared of everything in a hazmat suit.” That’s an apt description, considering the length he has to go through in order to finish a game.
The video sheds light on the ongoing problems in Dead by Daylight. However, it remains to be seen whether Behaviour Interactive will address these rampant issues that the player base continues to face. The latest call from a respected community figure may change the minds of developers, but whether it changes or not, it appears that Otzdarva’s patience with Dead by Daylight is nearing an end.