Best Survivor Builds in Dead by Daylight

Best Survivor Builds in Dead by Daylight

As a survivor in Dead by Daylight, it’s your job to work with three other players to try to escape the killer. Getting a win, however, can be difficult depending on your skill and rank, especially if you’re up against a skilled killer who’s running the best perks.

Best Survivor Builds in Dead by Daylight

Your options are endless with over 100 survivor perks to choose from. Some perks, such as Premonition, sound fantastic, but their cooldowns render them mediocre at best.

There are two things to keep in mind when creating your survivor build: this is a team game, and you must survive. So, not only must you try to live, but you must also contribute to your team.

Alert

With Feng Min, you can unlock the amazing aura-reading perk Alert. You can see a killer’s aura for five seconds whenever they perform a break action.

When they break a pallet, a wall, or, most importantly, a generator, they are breaking the law. This perk allows you to quickly determine where the killer is and which generator is regressing, allowing you to quickly jump back on it.

If you’re surviving with friends, this is also a valuable benefit. So, if you can’t get back on that regressing generator, tell one of your friends to do it for you.

Adrenaline

Adrenaline is a game-changer for survivors who are injured in the endgame phase, and is arguably one of the best perks in the game.

Adrenaline will activate once the Exit Gates are turned on, healing a survivor by one health state and increasing their speed by 150 percent for five seconds.

This gives you a second chance to win the game, and if a killer is chasing you, the increased speed should allow you to outrun them.

Iron Will

The most irritating aspect of being a survivor is the amount of noise the characters make when they’re hurt. This perk completely eliminates that issue with Iron Will.

As a result, if you’re injured and near the killer, your chances of them finding you are slim to none, as killers rely heavily on sound to locate other players.

Resilience

You’re more than likely to be hurt by the killer. Being injured can be disastrous, but having the Resilience perk makes this misfortune a blessing in disguise.

When you are injured, this perk increases all of your action speeds by 3/6/9%. This perk works well with Spine Chill, another perk that increases your action speeds when the killer is looking at you within 36 meters. These are 2/4/6% speeds, respectively.

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