Is it worth informing the maniac about the ease of difficulty in the match?

surv43
surv43 Member Posts: 331

When a survivor leaves a match, it clearly does not benefit the team of survivors.

They don't fix it

They don't treat it

They often stand still

Often they don't save

And much more.

Is it worth informing the maniac that the game has become much easier or is it worth hiding informing the maniac that the opposing player has quit?

Is it worth informing the maniac about the ease of difficulty in the match? 7 votes

Yes, it’s worth informing so that it becomes easier for the maniac to play
85%
brokedownpalaceBlightedDolphinGensByDaylight09SHARKBOSSTheSingularityTommyDorkelson 6 votes
No, it’s worth hiding the ability to see information about a player’s exit in order to leave at least some chance of victory for the survivors
14%
surv43 1 vote

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