Guide to Bloodpoint/Shrine Token/Item/Perk Hacking
Item and Bloodpoint hacking is a request that comes up way too often than not.
I decided to compile both into one post as well as covering some stuff that other guides do not.
BEFORE WE BEGIN:
TLDR; Add DeadByDaylight.exe to outbound firewall and block, and remove EasyAntiCheat from Appdata/Roaming
The EAC bypass I linked allows you to hook Cheat Engine once before you have to repeat the step on deleting the EasyAntiCheat folder, because once you close the game, a new EasyAntiCheat folder is created.
You can test to see if this has worked by trying to join a lobby, if the DbD logo pops up and sends you back to your own lobby then it has worked, if lets you join other players, it has not worked.
Now, open up Cheat Engine and select DeadByDaylight.exe. Do a 4-byte first scan for however many bloodpoints you have, then buy something from your tree, type in the new value, and do a next scan. There should only be one address left, add it to your table and change the value to – at most – a million. (You can freeze the value however by simply clicking on the tickbox.)
If this is as far as you want to go, congratulations, simply close the game, allow DeadByDaylight in your firewall again and the game should load to its previous state, only with your new bloodpoints.
To get started, do what we did before up to the point where DeadbyDaylight.exe is hooked in Cheat Engine. Go to your item screen of any selected survivor/killer and first remove something from the slot you wish to detect. For example, if you wanted to see what was in perk slot 1, make sure the slot is empty first. Then do an 8-byte first scan for “653”, this is the itemID for an empty slot. You will now add the item into the empty slot and you will notice a few values in the address list have changed. Their IDs should be around 70000, so ignore if you see one that’s up in the millions. But once you have the ID you are looking for, add it to notepad, congratulations, you found that item’s ID!
Repeat the steps and find the item ID for something you don’t want. For my example, I will replace a Toolbox (72216) with a Rainbow Map (72215).
Do a new scan and search for the item ID of the item you don’t want, so I’d search for 72216.
1) Change every ID to a rainbow map, this affects every character.
Don’t forget to close and reopen the loadout screen so it updates. You should see item changes.
THIS ALSO APPLIES TO PERKS AND ADDONS.
You can use old/outdated item lists but it requires a bit of basic maths and some work, because DbD’s item IDs have only been shifted rather than changed entirely. You can easily update older lists by finding an item ID and comparing it to it’s older ID, the order is still the same, so if the next ID in the list was Rainbow Map, it is still Rainbow Map. This may be incorrect, but it has worked for me without error.
The only difficult IDs to obtain IMO are ones that involve bloodpoint boosts, as you need to get those in your web yourself before you are able to find their IDs.
This has been repeated many times before, I am aware. But I thought it’d be best to have the entire guide here with as much knowledge and helpful advice as I can put in that hasn’t been mentioned before.