Jackbox Games have announced The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac, and Fire TV.
With the holidays right around the corner, you’re probably going to have lots of guests, or be invited to the homes of others, in order to get together and reflect on this year. While you’re between sips of eggnog and Jack Daniel’s, The Jackbox Party Pack 3 can help keep your get together on track as a total of five games are included in this pack.
The games included are Trivia Murder Party, Guesspionage, Tee K.O., Fakin’ It, and Quiplash 2. Here are some brief descriptions to all of the games included in The Jackbox Party Pack 3:
- Trivia Murder Party: A game that supports up to eight players to test their trivia skills as they’re being held captive by a “hilariously unstable serial killer.”
- Guesspionage: Up to eight players are required to guess the public’s answers through the use of thought-provoking questions
- Tee K.O.: Players will need to combine art with witty wordplay as up to eight players turn drawings and slogans into hysterical T-shirts
- Fakin’ It: Up to six players are tasked with a secret, one of which is completely clueless and needs to lie in order to avoid being discovered as “The Faker.”
- Quiplash 2: An updated version of the fan favorite has returned with more say-anything prompts and a new final round, called The Last Lash.
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 also supports up to 10,000 spectators who can participate in the audience. VIP participants will be able to censor unruly players or audience members, which will help in keeping games free of trolls.
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Amazon Fire TV starting today, while its Xbox One version will be available starting on October 21.
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Gonna try this out on the weekend. Hopefully it's not one or two good mini games with the rest being trash
I thought Party Pack 2 was designed like a platform so you could purchase new games and add it to the stable. I wonder where I got that idea.