Dead By Daylight: Best Hag Builds (2023)

The Hag DBD Build

The Hag is a killer who used to be widely considered in the top five a long time ago in Dead by Daylight. You may not know that Hag is still a B+ killer with the correct add-ons and build. That is if played correctly as well.

Unfortunately, her play rate dropped down to a whopping 1% over the last 28 days, according to Nightlight.gg.

So, in this post, I’ll show you what the hag dbd build players bring including perks and add-ons to get four kills in most matches.

Evolution of The Hag

Circle of healing was one of the most popular perks in the game, by far. It single-handled it killed a part of the hag. Which was her ability to take advantage of teams who are not coordinated.

When teams are not coordinated, survivors are like headless chickens. They run around, step on traps, and go to the part of the map where you set up. Thankfully the perk was nerfed and is not that popular anymore.

Dead by daylight also removed the interaction with flashlights, meaning you no longer can flashlight and get rid of the traps. If you want to remove a trap now, you need to crouch to it, go to the center of it and destroy it, or just go to the edge of the trap trigger it and run back.

The Hag Best Non-Teachable Build

The Hag Best Non-Teachable Build

For this build, we will only be using perks from the Hag (excluding Hex: The Third Seal). Also perks that are available to all other killers that you can easily get in your blood web.

  • Hex: Devour Hope (The Hag) – When a Survivor is rescued from a hook while we’re at least 24 meters away Devour Hope is going to receive a token. The important note here is that for three tokens all survivors are going to be exposed which makes them a one-hit down and at five tokens it’s gonna grant us the ability to Mori or kill any survivors by our own hands.
  • Hex: Ruin (The Hag) – As long as this hex is in play, all gens not being worked on by a Survivor will immediately and automatically regress at 100% of the normal regression speed.
  • Jolt (General Perk) – Putting a Survivor into the dying state with a basic attack will cause all gens within a 32-meter radius to explode instantly losing 8% of their progress and begin regressing.
  • Sloppy Butcher (General Perk) – Our basic attacks are going to cause Survivors to suffer from the Hemorrhage and mangled status effects which is going to make healing much more difficult.

The Hag Best Build

The Hag Best Build

This Hag build provides you with the highest snowball potential when playing the Hag. It gives you enough time to set up, putting a lot of pressure on survivors to unhook. Overall, solid hag build in Dead by Daylight also great for late game.

  • Corrupt Intervention (The Plague) – At the trial’s start it blocks the three farthest generators from you for 2 minutes using The Entity’s power. This prevents survivors from starting those generators initially. For the Hag, this perk is particularly useful because it buys time to set traps around specific areas.
  • Scourge Hook: Monstrous Shrine (General Perk) – Transforms 4 random hooks and the Basement Hooks at the start of the trial into special Scourge Hooks. You can see these hooks auras in white. After hooking a survivor on one of these Scourge Hooks and you’re more than 24 meters away, it speeds up the sacrifice by 20%.
  • Make Your Choice (The Pig) – Triggers when a Survivor rescues another far from you, making the rescuer scream and exposed for 60 seconds. This exposes them to being knocked down in one hit, which allows you to teleport to the rescued Survivor after the save and take them out with a single hit.
  • Hex: Devour Hope (The Hag) – When a Survivor is rescued from a hook while we’re at least 24 meters away Devour Hope is going to receive a token. The important note here is that for three tokens all survivors are going to be exposed which makes them a one-hit down and at five tokens it’s going to grant us the ability to Mori or kill any survivors by our own hands.

The Hag Evil Build

The Hag Evil Build

This Hag build also revolves around snowballing the game quickly. Great against SWFs, since it will slow them after downing a survivor who is nearby.

  • Hex: Devour Hope (The Hag) – When a Survivor is rescued from a hook while we’re at least 24 meters away Devour Hope is going to receive a token. The important note here is that for three tokens all survivors are going to suffer from exposed which makes them a one-hit down and at five tokens it’s going to grant us the ability to Mori or kill any survivors by our own hands.
  • Hex: Undying (The Blight) – Helps keep your other hex totems up by moving them to a new totem if the original one is removed. It’s like a backup plan to make sure your hexes stay active.
  • Make Your Choice (The Pig) – Triggers when a Survivor rescues another far from you, making the rescuer scream and exposed status effect for 60 seconds. This exposes them to being knocked down in one hit, which allows you to teleport to the rescued Survivor after the save and take them out with a single hit.
  • Forced Hesitation (The Singularity) – When one survivor gets put into the dying state, it slows others nearby for 10 seconds within a 16-meter range by making them 20% slower. It’s like causing a temporary slowdown for those standing close when someone’s in trouble.

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