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When I first started playing Friday The 13th. I used Part 8 Jason. I was too OP with him, so I switched to Part 3 Jason. Still too OP. Then I took a look at Part 4, and I knew right then and there that getting 8/8 with him against coordinated, experienced counselors will be the toughest challenge in the entire game. So I started playing Part 4 and started coming up with some strategies. One thing with this Jason, is that you have to kill as fast as you can. You are literally racing against the clock when playing Part 4. This by far has to be the most stressful Jason to play as. With this Jason you have to rely on your wits more than any other Jason. These strats can help sure, but each game is going to be different, the flow of the match is going to be different. If you want to reach that 8/8 you must be able to read a situation quickly and determine the best plan of action quickly. Use your abilities, wisely especially your shift. First, do not bend over for other players, don’t let them talk you into a cage. I used to do this I will admit but, after awhile I just said f*ck those players. They’ll say you’re bad for slashing, you’re bad for spawn killing, you’re bad for just grabbing. They’ll say all types of stupid sh*t just to box you up, Jason was never one to bend over for counselors so you shouldn’t either. Also, especially as part 4 Jason who has weapon strength, slashing is one of the most essential things you must do. If slashing was so bad the devs wouldn’t have put it into the game. Counselors sometimes will put you in situations where you HAVE to slash. Second, as we all know, this Jason has the worst objective control. First reason why, is that you only have three traps, and you cannot waste them. Use traps as like surveillance cameras and keep tabs on them by looking at your map from time to time. Once a counselor steps in one and heals real quick, you cannot get it back. So you must use them correctly. Here’s a method I’ve developed. At the beginning of the game, DON’T morph to the fuse box, instead Morph to a car. However if the car and the fuse box are right next to each other then it doesn’t matter. However if that is not the case, morph to a car. Here is why you don’t morph to the fuse box as P4 immediately. All it takes is 2 sneaky a•• Deborahs to find the battery, gas and keys in like the first few minutes of the game. I’ve had a game where I waited about 30 secs to morph to the car and the gas and battery was already in the car. It is easier to find the gas, battery, & keys than to find a single fuse in my experience. Unlike the fuse, the keys, gas, and battery can spawn in the houses right next to the car. And in my experience people have repaired at least one car first before they repair the fuse most of the time. So, here’s what I do. Immediately morph to a car, and if there’s a counselor. Chase them away from the area (or kill them if you can) before you place the trap. If you can’t kill them it’s fine. Chase them away from the objective so they end up switching ways on how they want to escape. Leaving that car ignored for the time being. Place a trap, at the GAS and not the battery. Afterwards, make sure to morph to the phone and trap it. Chase away or kill any counselors nearby. Also make sure to gather throwing knives. Afterwards, morph to the final car. Trap the battery. Here’s why for the first car you trap the gas and for the second you trap the battery. Let’s say, someone messes up on the mini game while trying to repair the car, if you were to trap both cars same way, then you would have to guess which car is being worked on and if you guess the wrong one, you waste time and morph. With this way of trapping, if you hear the someone messing with the battery then you will immediately know which car it is, the first car because you only trapped the gas there and not the battery. This is called car baiting. I’m the only person I know who does this. If a car does get started and the driver is a good driver, good luck chasing them with that slow a•• shift lmao. P.S if you see a Deborah or any other counselor who can repair easily. Target them. I’ll finish Part 2 of this post soon. Please give feedback on this.
OK... Here me out, I think part 4 Is one of the best Jason's in the game. But one of his stats doesn't make sense to me. His -Water speed, I see why they have this as one of his weaknesses(Because of his +Can run and destruction), but in the final chapter he killed Samantha by swimming underwater and stabbing here through the chest. Yet he has a -water speed stat? I just can't get my head around it. Here's the kill(Skip to 5:28). I think if they swapped the -Water speed for -Grip strength(Seeing as though he had a giant cut on his left hand) would make a lot more sense. Do you agree? Or disagree?
Jason from Part 4 was FAST especially in the final chase scene when he ran full speed after Trish, now I know alot of people who are #teamcounselor will cry about this and talk about how its unfair because they wouldnt be able to play ring around the rosie with Jason anymore and to them I say, OH WELL, There is now way in Sam Hell Jason from part 4 could be as slow as parts 2 and 3, whats the point of adding him if you are going to disregard his main ability, an ability verteran stuntman Ted White concsiously choose to give Jason, Speed