Evil Dead: The game serves up some grisly fun violence and through the climax makes for a bloody fun time, but it’s not all screaming and substanceless: there’s plenty In-game layers and strategies to keep in mind. Whether you’re playing the hero Ash Williams and his friends, or as the lowly and powerful Demon Kandarian, we’ve rounded up our top tips to make sure you’re getting a helping hand (cut off).
Top tips for Survivors:
For the Survivor to win, it takes wise strategy, synergistic teamwork and always trying. You have to keep a cool head and pay attention to the Necronomicon prize, while your teammates are possessed, Deadites are vomiting towards you, trees are swaying at you, and much more. Here are some tips for success:
Play as a team: A crew of four Survivors sticking together is much stronger than any single player going out on their own. They can also distribute the loot they find among each other. They are also less prone to fear and that will help keep your fear levels low!
Don’t forget to use the ping system to mark your teammates’ goals, items, and locations! Whether you’re on voice chat or playing without it, communication via the ping system is key to success.
Choose your battles well: If you stay together, you can fight off Deadites and bosses and have a chance to take them down. But if you’re alone and the team is split, maybe it’s better to run away and live to fight another day.
Invisibility is your friend: Kandarian Demon can see you when your fear level is high, when you get into cars and when you shoot. Stopping the demon from finding you quickly will help you advance in the early game without major problems.
- The high level of fear allowed the Devil to see Survivors on the minimap. This means it can get close to you and start the carnage.
- The high level of fear also allowed the Demon to possess the Survivors, controlling them and turning them against each other.
- Find sources of light, like a lamp or fire, and light them to relieve the fear.
Demon Tip Kandarian
Playing the Demon Kandarian can be a lot of fun. You are an actual evil entity – able to spawn Deadites, scare Survivors and possess them, set traps and lots of other diabolical actions. But to consistently win as Evil, you’ll need time and talent to master. Here are some key tips to set you on the path of demonic domination:
Explore the map: Knowing the key points of the map helps you find Survivors easier and faster.
- The Cleaver County map is huge. Focus on the key points to find the Survivor. The center of the map, called Dead End, is a great place to start.
Divide into groups: A lone survivor dies easily. Drive them away and bring them closer to your trap.
- The Evil Tree is a great way to slow down one of the Survivors and separate them from the party. Set traps or possess Survivors, precisely timing attacks to create distance between them.
Annoy them, scare them, kill them: The Demon Kandarian’s power increased faster when it acted against the Survivors. Trick the survivors into activating your traps, attacking them and possessing them. All these will make you stronger and stronger.
- Warlord is a fairly well-balanced Demon. Both possessing Deadites and setting traps will do the trick. Use every resource at your disposal to keep the Survivors on their toes.
- Puppeteer is based on ownership. Finding survivors should be your #1 priority. Using the Deadites already on the map and chasing the Survivors is the key to ending them.
- Necromancer based its strength on numbers. Placing traps in objective areas will give you an edge in upcoming battles. Remember to properly position the vibrator! In the ideal situation, placing it in a hidden or hidden location so that no Survivors can easily locate and defeat it, but close enough that it can equip your evil units is key. lock up.
We can’t wait to get your hands on Evil Dead: The Game when it releases on Friday, May 13 on PS5 and PS4. We are sure that new strategies and methods will be discovered by the community and we look forward to developing the game together, including some big plans in terms of free downloadable content. There’s only one thing left to do: As Ash Williams would say, “Come and get some!”