Jackbox Party Pack 8 Is Set For An October Launch

Nintendo is no stranger to family-friendly party games. Having already scheduled Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain to release this holiday season, another admired franchise returns in The Jackbox Party series.

Their latest arrival, The Jackbox Party Pack 8 is coming to this PC and all major consoles on October 14th, collating five new party games into one package. This release window is no stranger to the party franchise having issued previous Jacckbox games within the same month.

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The Jackbox Party Pack 8 Is Set For An October Launch

The aforementioned entry will allow up to 10 players and includes 5 unique activities:

Drawful Animate (3 -10 players) - It’s alive! The guessing game with terrible drawings and hilariously wrong answers makes a dynamic return. In this revamped title, players create looping, two-frame animations based on weird and random titles.
Job Job (3-10 players) - Use other people’s words to create unique and funny answers to classic job interview questions. Go head to head to see who scores the job!
The Poll Mine (2-10 players) - A survey game that’s all about YOU! Split into teams and see who can escape from the witch’s lair! Players individually rank their choices to a difficult question, then must guess how the group answered as a whole. How well do you know your friends?!
Weapons Drawn (4-8 players) - A social deduction game where everyone is both a murderer and a detective. Players doodle all the clues, hiding a letter from their name in the weapon drawings. Can you solve murders while trying to get away with your own?
The Wheel of Enormous Proportions (4-8 players) - Trivia has never been so large! A fantastic, mystical wheel challenges you with a variety of trivia prompts. Winners are awarded slices of the Wheel’s face with a chance to win big with each nail-biting spin. In the end, one player will have their most burning question answered by the great Wheel.

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