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    It’s Friday Slashers & Counselors. We’re close to releasing the next update for Friday the 13th: The Game, and we have a lot of information to share with you today. Offline Bots: Maybe you hate playing online with people. Maybe you want to learn the lay of the land in all the maps. Maybe you just want to practice laying waste to scores of counselors. No matter the why of your situation, today I am happy to announce that the next update of Friday the 13th: The Game will include offline bots. To access this new feature, you’ll want to select the new “Offline Play” menu item, and then “Offline Bots”. Next up you’ll want to select the map you want to play on, and select your preferred counselor punishing Jason. Finally, you will be able to select how difficult the bots you play against will be from the 3 difficulty levels included in the update – Easy, Normal, and Hard. The higher the difficulty you choose, the longer counselors will remember you being in the area, the more likely they are to fight you, the quicker they are to react to your presence, the quicker they are to exit hiding spaces when you leave, and the more likely they are to use Medical Sprays smartly. They’ll fix cars, boats, hide in closets, under beds, in sleeping bags, barricade doors, and more to keep you from making them into another victim. Feel like honing your single prey hunting skills? You’ll be able to select from 1 to 7 counselors in your offline game to ensure that you are playing against exactly how many counselors you want to stalk. Max Level Increase: Today I’m excited to talk about one of the new changes coming with our next update; an increase in max player level from 101 to 150. This increase won’t just be a number that keeps getting higher as you play more and earn XP. There are some cool things that you will unlock along the way, and we’re going to talk about a few of those right now. New for Counselors: More clothing coloring options for Mitch, Fox… and a couple more counselors that we aren’t ready to speak about, yet… allowing you to stand out from the other prey in the match. New for Jason: get ready to murder pesky counselors in new ways. In the upcoming patch you will be able to unlock two brand-spankin’ new grab kills for Jason, absolutely for free. Well, except for the cost of CP. We’ll also have bloody variations of multiple Jasons allowing you to walk around splattered with blood like the slasher you are. That’s not all, though. More level rewards will be added in the coming months, and we’ll have more information about them in the coming months. Holiday Events: Starting on December 18th and lasting through to the 23rd, your chances of rolling a Rare and Epic perk will be increased. My advice, hoard that CP you collect over the weekend and spend it next week instead. Starting on December 23rd and running through to the 27th, your chances of finding BOTH Pamela and Jarvis tapes will be increased. If you’re rummaging through drawers and find one, maybe go ahead and be a Chad and keep it for yourself. Finally, from December 23rd and running through to January 2nd, you will be earning DOUBLE CP. Please note that CP earned from leveling up is NOT doubled, but everything else is. But when does it come out? For our Steam and PS4 users, you’re looking at receiving the next update on Monday, 12/18/2017. That is not an exact time, as there isn’t one available. For our Xbox One players, we expect the update to follow shortly.
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    Jason is bound, or locked into, lengthy animations no matter what he does and is almost always vulnerable because of it. Examples: If Jason grabs a counselor, he can be stunned while doing so and enter a second animation of him being stuned Breaking down a door, Jason can be stunned immediately after the door breaks because he has to follow through with the animation- again locking him in a stunned animation This is why Jason's melee strikes are so important and why Jason is more or less screwed at close range lately: Jason is easily stunned and far from deadly if you're near him. There are no guaranteed kills with a grab due to being stunned. The only way to ensure a kill is to melee strike and Jason's hit detection is horrendous right now, making the task's success based more on luck than skill. There are Jason's who can't hit a crouching counselor. Combat stance for Jason should be removed and he should be able to block at any time. Jason should always be deadly at close range and it should always be a risk to attempt to combat Jason. Jason needs to be able to reliably hit a counselor going through a window. The invisible barrier needs to be removed. Stun times should be shortened for Jason when a counselor uses a pocketknife or is freed by another counselor. Firecrackers should not be able to interrupt a grab (once Jason is holding the counselor). I'm not saying these are all great ideas but something needs to be done- particularly to allow Jason to effectively defend himself at close range. Stun times are too lengthy and there is no penalty for counselors gaining up on Jason. The most important change, other than fixing his broken grab, is making his melee strikes actually do what they're supposed to do. If you agree or disagree, feel free to say so. Make constructive suggestions if you have any. @ShiftySamurai @[IllFonic]Courier
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    *Shelly escaping in a car and crashing* Shelly: "Oh shit." Female counselor: "Oh shit is right, lets get out of here!"
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    Why do we still need LaChappa if we're getting Shelly in the game? Do we really need two fat, annoying nerds? BTW, if all the upcoming counselors are going to be pulled from the movies, I vote for Debi Sue Voorhees (AKA Tina from Part 5) to be next:
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    Pretty please, let us scare other counselors with him for real. Please! LOL
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    Larry deserves it. Glad to see him in game.
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    That's all fine and dandy. But noticing the lack of the stereo, screwdriver etc etc, this was before the October patch. J7 was one of the more difficult Jasons to play, but you could still wipe a room with him. I also don't see any "force" grabs happening here. But I also don't see him whiffing through their heads. The grab was normal, like it was before they nerfed it.
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    THANK YOU , Thank You, thank you. All great news. Maybe this will pacify some us. Im sure it wont be enough for all, but it will be plenty enough for some others , myself included.
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    Tiffany Cox – Counselor Overview What can you say? Every 80’s horror movie needs its eye candy. If her shorts were any shorter, the surprise would be out after the first window hop. Let’s look at the flirty girl. Composure: 3 Luck: 4 Repair: 1 Speed: 6 Stamina: 9 Stealth: 10 Strength: 2 Pushing Advantages: Tiffany has superior Stealth. She is good for not generating noise pings. Stealth is a marginally useful stat since it is generally only helpful in the early game before Jason’s Sense range expands and if the Stealth character can take advantage of working an objective while he is farther away. Take advantage of the first 5-8 minutes of a match to bring parts where they need to go quickly and quietly. Endurance with Tiff is not a problem. The plentiful pool of Stamina means that she can run the distance even if she won’t be doing it at Vanessa speeds. The huge Stamina pool is also good in regards to other Stamina burning actions such as combat. I also suspect that huge Stamina pool made her popular with the guys at the camp… Her Speed is slightly better than average, but more than enough to make her effective at opening up distance and bringing items where they need to go reasonably fast. Mitigating Weaknesses: Tiffany has really bad Strength, Repair, and Composure. She won’t be good for de-masking, fixing anything short of a broken nail, and she’ll panic quite quickly. Not Chad bad, but it is a concern. Focus on doing what she does best. Run parts and items where they need to go. Do this fast in the early part of the game when her Stealth is the most useful. Support fixer characters by watching their backs. Kite Jason away if need be, but like Chad, break contact fast and find a place to regain your Composure. Her Luck is not great. Bad Luck combined with bad Strength means she best leaves fighting to other characters unless she is breaking a friend out of a grab. Evade and deliver. It is what she does best. Basic Strategy: 1. Run parts where they need to go early in the match. Take advantage of Stealth while it is useful in those early minutes. 2. Mitigate her bad Composure with Sense avoidance perks. In the late game, her massive Stamina will be helpful, but even Tiff can get worn down while Jason is hot on her heels. High Fear will devastate your Stamina regeneration, so it is best to not be noticed by Sense as much as possible. Keep your flashlight on when Jason is not around to help keep Fear under control. 3. Run at least one perk to help her Stamina. It is her strongest point; despite Stealth being higher. 4. Fight if you have to, but I’d advise against it. 5. Outside your role as a FedEx driver, I’d suggest you find niche things to do to assist the team once the match progresses and your Stealth is not as useful. Make the phone call with My Dad’s a Cop. Fix (rather attempt it and fail) power generators to distract Jason. Tank traps, heal, and vanish quickly. Bring weapons/items to objectives so other characters can pick them up to fight if pushing the objective hard. Go get the sweater at an opportune time. Top 10 Suggested Perk Choices (no particular order of significance): 1. Level Headed 2. Low Profile 3. My Dad’s a Cop 4. Medic 5. Thick Skinned 6. Homebody 7. Restful 8. Marathon 9. Nerves of Steel 10. Lone Wolf **This is by no means a definitive way to play Tiffany, but it can get you started on an effective set-up and allow you to figure out your own playstyle. Thanks for stopping by and best of luck as always.
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    I created her tonight for fun! Just an idea of what more or less I who I would like to see as a Mean Girl counselor. Let me know what you all think. If you all like her I can do different outfits for her and stuff.
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    Ghost Recon Wildlands has a new threat. Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Free! Hunt down the Predator. Get new weapons and gear.
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    Thank you @GunMedia_Ben & @ShiftySamurai these are great news. Thank you for all the effort you put into this game and the patience you have with this community. For me you made the best multiplayer-game in 2017. I have a blast with F13 and i will support the game as long as possible.
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    AWESOME, Finally. Going to be a Great day Monday!
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    I just wasted 40,000 CP a few nights ago. ????????????????????????????
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    Yup, that's her in a nutshell. Tiff is not a new player friendly character (IMO), but she is a pain in the hands of a crafty and innovative player who can anticipate Jason AND undermine his efforts consistently. You need to know what you are doing and be able to think fast, on the fly, and find little ways to always be helping the team. As you noted, Preparedness is a very handy perk as well. Situational awareness is essential to using her effectively; probably more so than many other counselors.
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    What Dead By Daylight does to score its killers has no place here. the issues that most people have with Jason gameplay are not about viewing 3/8 or 4/8 as a loss it’s about quality of life gameplay issues if these stats are the best a Jason player can get because counselors out played with skill that would be one thing. ( this however is not the case glitches and bugs in the mechanics in game are also a factor here, Jason players have to battle against whilst doing there thing.) but you continually argue “that these mechanics were all there in the beginning what’s the problem with them now?” Yet you never acknowledge that the gradual nerfs to Jason’s gameplay (windows, block counter strike, trap stacking, stun times/ duration, stun chance and grab) have not changed the way the game has been played for the past 4 months these nerfs, I call them counselor buffs have reshaped the game into the game it is today Jason no longer a threat 7 vs 1 A perfectly balanced game will never work 7 vs 1....the 1 must be over powered. The balance can’t be equal other wise you would be playing counselors vs counselor... no threat no point to play. And for you to post that the Fans came up incredibly short of what the developers wanted is asinine, I backed this game nearly 3 years ago when all they were asking for was 700,000 to get this amazing idea of a game made, anything else would go to stretch goals to make the game even better then they and us ever hoped it could be, none of the stretch goals were a guarantee and were not ever promised to be included and then things changed more funds were found/ made to make the game even bigger than originally planned and it is because of the fans that we even are on this message board discussing it, saying we came up short and this is what we get for the money we put in is just a very narrow minded opinion of the situation at hand. The mechanics of the game should work properly stretched goals made or not.
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    I feel that Nerves of Steel is undervalued. When asking other player or reading post of perk choice, many leave NoS off. Keeping the mini-map at all times is invaluable, especially if your counselor has low composure and you're expected to be around Jason often.
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    Also have this from that other thread.
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    It falls on deaf ears. For some reason they are in the mindset that when people scream "Jason is too OP" everything has to change. They never considered that maybe counselor players were frustrated that they weren't escaping as often as they "liked" or as easily as they'd like. But when people flat out EXPLAIN everything wrong with Jason and how he's a joke now. We get "you're frustrated because you're not killing people as quickly as you'd like." This shows where they are at. So it's all good. Just stop playing. Eventually these counselor priority players won't have a Jason to dance around or teabag. I really think it's going to have to come for that for the devs to wake up. Just quit every game that you're chosen to be Jason. Refuse to play as Jason until all of quick play is unplayable because you won't get a game. Maybe THEN they'll wake the fuck up. Sad that it takes so much to show them how badly they fucked Jason, but all it took was "Wahhh Wahhh, I can't escape, Jason is too OP!" for them to ruin the game.
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    I think some people forget that without Jason, there is no game. Having the game competitively balanced benefits all players and as it stands, the balance is heavily weighted towards counselors. Gun stated Jason is meant to be overpowered. Jason is currently underpowered. I think this whole thing stems from spectating to be honest. People hate that they have to spectate so they gave counselors more options to extend the game but in doing so, they destroyed the balance instead of fixing the actual probelm: spectating. Folks should be able to leave when they die and join a new lobby immediately without penalty.
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    Week 10: TALK TO ME GOOSE! Effective communication. It is very easy to have some pretty exciting matches in F13. When everything is working like clockwork, there is a real sense of accomplishment working as a finely honed team. Sure, you can go it alone in F13, and often this will be the case when opting to throw your hat in the Quick Play ring, but teaming up with others to work against Jason is so much more gratifying. I should note it is also gratifying to listen in on clueless counselors making plans as Jason... Basics of in-game communications: For those new to the game, F13 relies on proximity based chat. This means when you speak into your microphone, other players nearby can hear you, but those farther away will not. This also means that Jason can hear you talking when he is close by. If you find a walkie-talkie (or use the Psychic Perk to start with one), your voice will be transmitted to everyone that also has a walkie-talkie all over the map in addition to those nearby who can hear you. Simple Advice: 1. Talk only when you need to or casually. Since everyone is sharing the “same channel” so to speak, it is very hard to sort out who has what, and what is happening if everyone talks over each other. 2. Please be concise when giving information. Saying, “Jason is over here!” is pretty useless unless you happen to be right next to the person. Use your map or mini-map to call out a general locality; “Hodder’s Pass”. At least this way, others can get a general idea of the area you are referring to. You can also use an established objective as a reference. 3. Call out objective locations. Tell others where to find the phone house, cars, and the boat. Don’t get killed off knowing valuable information and not tell people. it's not that others can't find out the information, but why make someone have to check twice to verify a location (like the phone house as an example). 4. Don’t discuss objectives being worked by counselors when Jason is nearby. Don’t announce you have the keys or phone fuse (it just makes Jason players hunt you more). Jason can see if you are carrying a big part so expect to get attacked anyways. With the item marking addition to the game, there is little reason to call out what items you have in your death throes. 5. Use the item marking mechanic. It you see a vehicle part or phone part. Pick it up. If there are more parts than you can carry, pick them all up, and carry what you can. At least the left behind parts will show up on the map. 6. If you are riding as a passenger in the car or boat, pull up your map. Help the driver if they need it. If you have the four-seat car going, you may be able to tell the driver which way they need to go to pick up other survivors and make a bigger escape. 7. Be courteous. There is no reason to slum to the level of toxic trolls. Keep your cool and move to a different lobby if need be. Remember that wrestling with pigs just gets both of you dirty and the pig likes it. I’m keeping today’s article rather brief. I’ve got quite the head-cold going and it has been rather persistent over the last few days. As always, best of luck and happy hunting. If you have something you’d like to share in regards to good communication; please share!
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