Dead by Daylight: Huntress - perks, powers Dead by Daylight guide, tips
On this page of the guide to DBD you will find a description of the assassin that is the Huntress. Here you will learn what perks and powers she has. There is also advice on how to play her.
Last update: Friday, November 4, 2022
This page of the DBD guide contains a description of the killer Huntress. Here you can find a description of the perks and powers she possesses.
The Huntress is by far the best killer using ranged combat. This is because she is capable of inflicting damage over very long distances.
- Name: Anna,
- Height: Tall,
- Terror Radius: 20 meters,
- Lullaby Radius: 45 meters,
- Movement speed: 4.4 m/s,
- Difficulty level: Moderate,
- DLC: None, available in the basic version of the game.
Power and perks
The power of Huntress is very simple. The killer has 5 axes that she can throw at survivors. A hit will result in loss of health. You can renew your supply of "ammunition" in the lockers.
The greatest difficulty in playing the Huntress is the lack of a crosshair. This means that you have to measure the distance by eye. The axe will fly to the center of your screen - where the target should be.
Beast of Prey
Once the Bloodlust status effect is obtained, the perk activates activates:
The aura of a survivor entering the basement, when you are at least 32 meters away, will be revealed to you for 3 seconds.
The perk has a cooldown of 30/25/20 seconds.
Hex: Huntress Lullaby
Survivors receive a 2/4/6% penalty to regression to Failed Skill Checks for repair and healing actions.
You get a token for hooking a survivor. With each successive token, the effects are as follows:
How to play Huntress?
The Huntress is one of the few killers that can deal damage at long range. Using axes, she can hit unsuspecting survivors. But more importantly, she has the ability to break low loops. After all, you can throw your weapons over obstacles - just aim a little higher than usual.
The best moments to hit are when the survivor drops a pallet or vault through the window. They are then unable to turn and perform dodge.
Also, keep in mind that a survivor running in a straight line in a place without obstacles can easily avoid your attack.
However, note that as a killer who fights from a distance, the Huntress has a slower movement speed. Therefore, in the early phases of the game, especially on large maps, she may have trouble controlling the situation.
Scourge Hook: Floods of Rage
At the start of the trial, 4 random hooks are highlighted in white.
Each time a survivor is taken off such a hook, the auras of all other survivors are revealed for 5/6/7 seconds.
When you search a locker, the auras of all survivors within 8 meters of any locker are revealed for 3/4/5 seconds.
The perk has a 3- seconds cooldown.
No Way Out
You get 1 token for each survivor you hang on a hook for the first time.
The perk activates when the exit gates are powered.
When a survivor interacts with the exit gate switch, you receive a notification and the Entity blocks both exits for 12 seconds and another 6/9/12 seconds for each token held, up to a total maximum of 36/48/60 seconds.
Repairing a generator causes the Entity to block the generator with the most progression for 20/25/30 seconds.