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  1. While disappointed about the delay to Single Player, I am super pumped about this timeline guide. It shows what we're getting, in a sequence. For Gun Media to reveal that, after being so tight lipped about everything, is a welcome shock.

    Also I am very excited about offline bots. I really want to practice Jason play--knife throwing accuracy, shift-grabbing accuracy, and just look at maps, and doing so without needing to find people would be great.

    Plus, I see three maps, three Jasons and a new game mode. Hopefully one of those will be the Lazarus or Manhattan.

    Thanks guys, for giving us so much info!

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  2. I am a poor Jason player, so right now I am playing to win for the sake of improvement. Y'can't play with your food if you can't catch it, and such.

    That said, it depends on how the counselors are acting. My default is silent stalker, but if the cousnelors are constantly stunning me/mocking or trolling, I get frustrated. If they're being chatty or casual, I'm playful and friendly. I will compliment a good maneuver.

    Last night one counselor started begging "no no please no no" and I just had to ask "Has that ever worked, in the history of ever?" Another game, I was chatting with the last player as I chased, because the game had been so buggy--they called Tommy and he ddin't show up, the car crashed and got stuck and they couldn't even get back in it, etc. That, and the player was less than happy about me putting 3 traps on the phone.


  3. 38 minutes ago, Dyson350 said:

    When I get a player cornered in a cabin I will go around and smash all the windows then before breaking down the door I will put a trap down. Usually they play the couch game with me and I just let them think I messed up and got out of position which usually makes them run for the doorway. Doesn't work all the time but it does work often as they are too worried about getting away to bother looking down.

    That's not bad. Because usually if you go around trapping the windows, they stun you and go out a door. Or, they jump out a window on teh side of the cabin you haven't reached yet.


  4. I'm never quite sure the exact place to place the trap with the phone. I know that, for instance, trapping on the driver's side of the car, there are angles that a player can go to bypass it.

    One method is using all your traps around one objective--all over the car for instance. Remove it from play, or make them waste a lot of knives to deal with it. That way 1) when a trap goes off, you know where they are, and 2) you can now focus on the other objectives.

    Another location I've found useful to trap is Packanack Lodge. The windows are too high to climb in, so the stairs in the front and back become a bottleneck.. I've played multiple games where the phone+car are right next to eachother, or at the very least the car is there. Because objectives typically spawn in the back, it's a good place to catch people running away or trying to loop you.

    Finally, one strategy to deal with "gang of counselors stunlocking Jason"--drop a trap or three around your feet, and fight around them.

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  5. 8 minutes ago, Pappus said:

    https://www.twitch.tv/pappusgaming/manager/highlights

    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/150579097

    Most stuff is not highlighted really and just happens on the stream and is forgotten. I don't really stunlock in a 1vs1 yet though I just reset and outplay again

    First link gets "You are not the editor of this channel".

    Anyways, was looking for video of 2-3 counselors vs. Jason keeping him down.


  6. Set Jason to run/fast walk as default. Every single action Jason does, he's set back to "move slow". Which is really tedious--the only reason you want to walk is if you are RPing as Jason. Otherwise, you want to move as fast as possible at all times. Adding the extra step of setting to walk is thus an unnecessary step.

    Allow players to enter a private game by themselves. Currently you need 2 players to enter a private game. However, solo games could be used to either practice or exploring the maps without needing a buddy to tag along. Yes, I know there is a single player planned, but that may just be a single-player Campaign, and players may not have the option to be a counselor in a single player.

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  7. The scene that kind of makes me roll my eyes is the three-decapitations-with-one-swing. It looks so silly. Also just before Jason makes the swing, he looks more like a ninja when he drops into view.

    What made me very curious tho, there's a scene where a little girl se Jason, and he stops and walks closer to her. She's cowering with her eyes closed and he gets right into her face, and I'm just wondering what he was going to do had someone not screamed and drew his attention.

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