Crash in Dead by Daylight isn’t Caused by DDOS Attack

Dead by Daylight players are continuing to experience issues with the game DDOS Attack, despite recent efforts to address them. A recent string of DDOS attacks targeting popular streamers in the community has been met with scepticism by some players, who are suggesting that the root cause may be related to a common crash that appeared in games after Dead by Daylight’s 6.6 updates.

Following an investigation into the reports, the Dead by Daylight official Twitter account has stated that they have found “no evidence… to suggest any personal IP addresses have been leaked.” The team behind the game instead attribute these reports to a common crash that appeared after the 6.6 update and are pledging to continue monitoring the situation to ensure player safety.

DDOS Attack in Dead by Daylight Make Force Players to Use VPN

However, many players are not convinced and have been forced to use a Virtual Private Network or stop playing the game entirely in order to avoid becoming a victim of the alleged DDOS attacks. Some are pointing out that crashes are unlikely to cause internet connection issues, and that the DDOS attacks seem to be exclusive to Steam accounts.

Despite this, popular streamers like Otzdarva remain optimistic that the developers will continue to investigate the issue and identify the source of the crashes soon. It remains to be seen whether the source of these supposed leaks will be found.

The recent issues with Dead by Daylight highlight the importance of game developers taking player safety seriously and ensuring that their games are secure from potential threats. While the investigation into the alleged DDOS attacks continues, players are urged to take precautions to protect their personal information and ensure that they can continue to enjoy the game without fear of security breaches.


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