Dead by Daylight Survivors Can Easily Detect Resident Evil’s Wesker

Dead by Daylight survivors should have no problem detecting the new DBD killer, Resident Evil’s Wesker, as the so-called Mastermind appears to have a massive terror ray, meant to trigger heartbeats and chase music enough to advance to plan your escape in Behavior’s multiplayer horror game.

As a reminder, the Terror Ray serves as a kind of early warning system for Dead by Daylight survivors, triggering a steady heartbeat sound, along with increasingly panicky layers of music as a killer is getting closer and closer. The idea is to give players a chance to quickly run, hide, or scramble generator repairs before they’re cornered, and also to subtly force killers to plan their attacks more carefully, rather than to just load. Most DBD killers, like Shape, Nurse, Hillbilly, and Wraith, have a base terror radius of 32 meters – any survivor within that radius will start to notice early that someone is after them. Wesker, however, looks a little heavier and will be expected to drop his presence sooner than his murderous contemporaries.

As spotted during a stream by Dead by Daylight YouTuber notOtzdarva, and discussed on the DBD ForumsWesker’s terror radius is much larger at 40 meters, which means the pounding heart and, admittedly, awesome chase music, will trigger much sooner, possibly giving you a better chance of dodging the mega -villain Resident Evil – or maybe not.

You see, Wesker’s powers include Virulent Binding, which allows him to dash forward and overcome obstacles like open windows much faster than other Slayers. He also has a perk, superior anatomy, which means that when a nearby survivor performs a quick jump, Wesker’s movement speed is temporarily increased by up to 40%. Early warning or not, Wesker is pretty quick, so even with the large terror radius, he’s likely to catch you if he spots you. Better find a volcano to throw it into, or better yet, see if you can persuade a bully to cut it in half.

Another Dead by Daylight killer currently in the spotlight is Pyramid Head, the design of which was discussed by its original creator, Silent Hill. And with Wesker available now as part of patch 6.2.0, we’re interested to see where he lands on our list of Dead by Daylight killers ranked from best to worst. Of course, if you find it too much to beat, despite the large terror radius, you can also take a break with something else from our list of the best horror games, or maybe try one of the best multiplayer games. from the PC, like Fortnite and Destiny 2.

Comments are closed.