Do you go out of your way to rescue a bot in endgame?

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For survivors, someone DCs in your game and you manage to get to endgame collapse. Do you still try to save a bot that’s on hook or getting chased by the killer or do you just leave?

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  • Coz
    Coz Member Posts: 63
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    I must confess to saving a few. I’m all about that team work :)

  • MikaelaWantsYourBoon
    MikaelaWantsYourBoon Member Posts: 6,564
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    Nah, i actually blocking bots way. So killer can get free kill at least.

  • TieBreaker
    TieBreaker Member Posts: 581
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    One time myself and another survivor caught a bot in a pincer movement. He was trapped and just kept pointing for some reason. It was pretty funny.

  • krazy_ivan
    krazy_ivan Member Posts: 42
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    If the team can still win then I will save the bot, the bots do gens and go for saves pretty well all things considered (better than some solo q players sometimes). If it's only me and the bot left then I let the bot die or help the killer kill the bot.

  • xltechno
    xltechno Member Posts: 1,026
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    It's fun to role-play encouraging your bots and holding hands with them. If that's more fun, I go to rescue the bot. It's just often not the case.

  • Nazzzak
    Nazzzak Member Posts: 5,050
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    I did once, to finish an unhook challenge. Another random survivor decided to join me for some reason. The bot ran straight out the exit and we died 🤣

  • Ariel_Starshine
    Ariel_Starshine Member Posts: 937
    edited March 3
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    No, I let the killer have their free kill, it's a bot not a person behind the character, so no feelings involved :)

  • Hex_Ignored
    Hex_Ignored Member Posts: 1,660
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    Not during egc but otherwise I usually try to save bots because they are actually doing gens

  • GentlemanFridge
    GentlemanFridge Member Posts: 5,465
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    Can't say I've ever been in a situation where there was a bot left at the end-game and there was an opportunity for me to save them. They're usually dead by then, or are the ones making the save.

  • TieBreaker
    TieBreaker Member Posts: 581
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    When was the last time a bot came for the rescue in end-game instead of just opening the gate and leaving like a chicken-wuss?


  • HeroLives
    HeroLives Member Posts: 1,985
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  • AtraxMorgue
    AtraxMorgue Member Posts: 8
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    Not really, it's a bot so it doesn't have feelings so it won't be mad at me if I don't rescue them + a rescued bot can't take hits for others with the BT and it won't be very helpful since the bot's entire focus is to just escape through the gate.

  • HeroLives
    HeroLives Member Posts: 1,985
    edited March 3
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    I’ve died for a bot before, but it was one of the best teammates a solo could ask for. It deserved to live.

    Yes, I went out of my way to save it in endgame.

  • Rudjohns
    Rudjohns Member Posts: 1,893
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    Lol no

  • Yatol
    Yatol Member Posts: 1,939
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    Yes, if i need them to bait the killer away from my escape route.

  • Alice_pbg
    Alice_pbg Member Posts: 6,556
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    only if it's easy.

  • brewingtea
    brewingtea Member Posts: 208
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    In the endgame, I treat survivors on hook the same whether they are bots or not

  • ReverseVelocity
    ReverseVelocity Member Posts: 3,505
    edited March 3
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    I'm gonna be first to die when the machines take over because I always leave the bots on hook.

  • HerInfernalMajesty
    HerInfernalMajesty Member Posts: 1,318
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    Yes sometimes lol

    But it’s difficult to resist the urge to leave asap, even when human players are on hooks lol

  • MechWarrior3
    MechWarrior3 Member Posts: 1,654
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  • TieBreaker
    TieBreaker Member Posts: 581
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    If I actually articulated just how much I hate the bots, so much if it would be censored that you would have no clue what I was saying.


  • HeroLives
    HeroLives Member Posts: 1,985
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    Have you got the second part of 7 that just released for the remaster yet?

  • TieBreaker
    TieBreaker Member Posts: 581
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    No, but my sister is playing through it when she gets time off from her hospital shifts. I just bought Tekken 8, so I'm having fun learning that at the moment. I will play it though.

  • HeroLives
    HeroLives Member Posts: 1,985
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    The remaster on part 1 is a work of art. I need to get the second part. I hope she enjoys it, and have fun with tekken 8, there’s a lot of ppl excited about it!

  • TieBreaker
    TieBreaker Member Posts: 581
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    I was happy with Tekken, until they patched in premium currency one month after launch. You have to buy more currency than you need to buy a single costume, so now I ain't buying anything out of spite lmao.

    Thanks. I've already been called braindead several times, so I think it's going pretty well so far.

  • HeroLives
    HeroLives Member Posts: 1,985
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    I’m guessing tekken is online in some aspect.

    i hear that, the cost of skins on suicide squad is absolutely nutty too considering it’s a full price game, with dog water servers. Like you can tell it’s definitely their first time.

    Some people just hate losing and need a grippy sock vacation.

  • HINGIRIK
    HINGIRIK Member Posts: 103
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    I entered the game with 1 other friend. The other guy DC and bot came. Then we did 3 more gen and the power went to the exit doors. Then I was opening the door and the killer knocked the boot out and hung it in the basement. Instead of opening the door, I made the door 99%, but the other player opened the door and ran away. The killer was Bubba and he was camping the hook. We went to the shack. A friend of mine went to the hook first and saved the bot. The killer had dropped them both on the stairs. Then he took my friend first and I entered the killer shack and saved my friend with the flash bang, then I went into the basement closet. The killer took the bot and was taking it to the basement, when I saved the bot with a head. Then we started running away together and I threw a body block at the killer and the killer hit, but the killer dropped the bot right next to the exit door. Me and my friend did a heal trick to the boat and escaped with it.

    We love bots ❤️

  • Xernoton
    Xernoton Member Posts: 5,395
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    Nah. That thing can rot on the hook.

  • Dreamnomad
    Dreamnomad Member Posts: 3,732
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    Nope. Bots don't have feelings. Besides, bots make zero effort to rescue other survivors once an exit gate is open. The only exception might be if I had a challenge that required rescuing a survivor on the hook and I didn't meet my quota yet. Maybe if the killer was really far from the hook and I knew I could rescue with zero risk then I might do it for the bloodpoints. But those are the only possible reasons I could think of.

  • Agt_Scully
    Agt_Scully Member Posts: 156
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    Agreed. Us humans 🚶🚶‍♀️ need to stick together against the Rise of the Machines 🤖

  • Verlaeufer
    Verlaeufer Member Posts: 51
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    It depends on the situation. If I can save him, if not, I won't sacrifice myself.


    It also depends on what he did in the round. If he was only hiding because Terror Radius was there, then I'm even less keen to save him and would even sell him.


    The bot just has to prove itself. 


    And if the killer played really dirty, then I'd rather help the bot. I wouldn't want the killer to be rewarded for it.

  • MaTtRoSiTy
    MaTtRoSiTy Member Posts: 1,800
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    No I am not saving a bot in endgame. I will save them to farm them for points before end game and honestly sometimes bots can be better than the solo queue player they replaced... but I will not die to save a bot.

  • North85
    North85 Member Posts: 111
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    I'm solo queue, I don't even save human teammates in endgame, because more often than not, if I'm the one on the hook in endgame, I get left there. No thanks, I'll just take my 7k BP and hit of dopamine.

  • TheSubstitute
    TheSubstitute Member Posts: 2,292
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    Before the generators are done yes. The bot can distract the Killer.

    If the bot ends up on a hook after the generators are done the bot has successfully distracted the Killer. Mission accomplished; I'm out. Enjoy the BP from the bot Killer and I'll enjoy my escaping BP; win win for both sides.

  • sizzlingmario4
    sizzlingmario4 Member Posts: 6,642
    edited March 5
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    If it’s an absolutely free save/killer isn’t camping the hook and is pursuing someone else so rescuing the bot is beneficial to the team as they can do things like healing me or other teammates, or if they can act as a distraction to the killer to help me or my other teammates, then yes I will save them.

    If all my other non-bot teammates are safe and the killer is just defending the hook with a bot, then no I never rescue them in endgame. I just leave and usually my teammates will quickly follow.

  • bearr_trap
    bearr_trap Member Posts: 120
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    Mid-game? Yes, they'll still be useful in some form of fashion -- for the most part.

    Endgame? No, the initial player the bot was born from has already lost their points and the bot has zero use for any.

  • Caiman
    Caiman Member Posts: 2,381
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    You gotta be crazy to save a bot in endgame. Or evil, if that hooked bot is the closest the killer has to a 1K.