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Dead by Daylight: How to Get Perks

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How to Get Perks in Dead by Daylight

In Dead by Daylight, you’ll have to use your wits to emerge victorious either as the savage Killer, or one of the four Survivors. Though you’ll have to be tactical in the way you play, there are Perks which can give you an edge against your opponent/s. Here’s what you need to know to get these handy buffs in Dead by Daylight.

Whether you want to unlock Perks for the Killer or a Survivor, you’ll need to check out their Bloodweb in Dead by Daylight. Bloodwebs are essentially skill trees but with a little twist. The Entity, the evil spirit that has consumed the Killer, also resides in the Bloodweb and will consume random nodes, preventing you from unlocking that skill. Due to this, you’ll need to think tactically about which Skill or Perk you want the most and prioritize unlocking this over others.

Each character’s Bloodweb starts you off in its center and you’ll work your way out with Skills and Perks closest to the edge costing the most. Purchasing Perks is done so by spending Bloodpoints, the currency you earn from your performance in a game of Dead by Daylight. Once you’ve completely filled in a Bloodweb (or as much as you can if the Entity has had its way with it), that character will level up and another Bloodweb will be generated. It’s worth noting though that Bloodwebs are procedurally-generated, so the Skills and Perks up for grabs are entirely random. Although, the higher your character the level, the better chance you have of rarer and more powerful Perks spawning.

That’s all you need to know to get Perks in Dead by Daylight. If you’re looking for more hints to improve your play as a survivor on the game, be sure to check out our survivors tips and tricks here.

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A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that BioShock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]

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