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  1. I heard something about it being caused by someone joining the match right before it starts. Yup. I had a Part 2 and 3 Jason Hybrid holding the fire ax but able to do weapon kills with the pig splitter on video. It's most noticeable at 10:06 when I do "The Jarvis", but the splitter magically transforms in to the fire ax at the end of the kill:
  2. Try slashing instead of grabbing. Blocking makes it better to avoid stuns. Learn to quick throw knives so counselors can't dodge them. Practice in offline mode.
  3. Once you get better the opportunities come more often. In the meanwhile you can practice with friends, or if you don't have that option, hang around with other players who are fixing objectives to get away. Over time you will memorize the map layout and locations of objectives. Here are some maps to help: https://imgur.com/gallery/XzfIF#PAVKury?
  4. If I had to guess, some kind of technicality is allowing the creation of another Neca figure.
  5. So in other words a similar horror game. If you don't mind a single player horror game, there's the game "Killer" that's currently in the works by Paul Phoenix. He'll need all the support he can get to fund the game: https://www.patreon.com/killerthegame
  6. It was on the PS4, but I don't remember what color the suit was. I do remember a few more things that could jog your memory. It was on either Crystal Lake or Crystal Lake Small. You would for sure remember the final counselor Tiffany with Pamela's sweater (she might also have been wearing the Halloween outfit) making her way to the exit and Jason (I think I was Part 4) chasing after her and not using shift.
  7. If you are still connected to the internet in offline mode you will retain your online save data. It's like with my PS+ which recently ran out, but I'm still at level 150 because I don't need PS+ to access my online save data, just to play online. Try disconnecting from the internet on the Switch and if you aren't put at level 0 then it has something that the consoles don't.
  8. If the game really thinks you are level 150 you should be able to swap weapon on Jason and equip bloody skins. Might as well take advantage of that until it gets fixed.
  9. Just updated it with what I consider another hidden secret, Chad warning everyone at the Packanack lodge in Challenge #5 (it seemed like a scripted event to me, rather than Chad simply getting scared and it having a domino effect). There are possibly other hidden scripted events in the challenges where a specific character warns everyone, if you guys want more motivation to play offline while the severs are at the bottom of Crystal Lake. EDIT: Just realized I double posted. Sorry, didn't mean to do that.
  10. About two years ago I was playing as Jason and made the mistake of going after a cabin hopping Deborah (with the stereotypical bunny ears). Both the police were called and a car was repaired, and to top it off I had a Tiffany with Mommy's sweater. This is where it gets really bad. While chasing the car I found I couldn't shift. Morphed ahead to the exit, and still couldn't shift. At least I could wave goodbye.😥 Then the police arrive and I think Tiffany was the only one left. Chased after her, but of course I COULDN'T SHIFT!!! <-- Apologies for the caps, major PTSD kicking in. While Tiffany made her way to the glorious exit I was raging so bad I almost rage quit. And then we all lived happily ever after. The end.
  11. How does that work? Are you level 0 offline or does the game remember what level you are? Or are the Jasons no longer behind a level lock? So many questions.
  12. No option to play offline? Try disconnecting your internet so you won't be able to log in, and if it's the exact same as consoles you should have an offline option.
  13. The best course I'll recommend is to get into offline mode in the meanwhile. Practice in offline matches to git better (knife throwing, memorizing map layouts, trap placement, etc) or 100% Single Player Challenge objectives/skulls if you haven't already. For more motivation to play offline, check out my "Hidden Secrets in Single Player Challenges" topic. Maybe you'll find some secrets I missed.
  14. Probably for the best. Although the game would have better performance on next gen it would also come with its own set of problems.
  15. What I meant by that was with double XP you wouldn't have to worry about getting more chances to fix objectives. I was responding to the OP's "extra points" argument.
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