Cover Your Mirrors And Lock Your Doors Because Hunt A Killer’s New "Blair Witch" Game Is Coming
Test your fight or flight responses in the Blair Witch universe.
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When confronted with a basement door, do you open it or walk away? When you hear a creaking noise from another room, do you investigate or pretend it was just the wind? When something mysteriously falls off your shelf, do you call out to the spirits present or do you blame it on gravity?
If you made it through all of those questions without breaking a fearful sweat, then Hunt A Killer's new game set in the Blair Witch cinematic universe is for you.
You read that correctly! Hunt A Killer has partnered with Lionsgate, so the iconically terrifying universe of the Blair Witch is coming to your home as an immersive horror game! Here's the story:
Rosemary Kent lives on the edge of the infamously eerie Black Hills Forest (yup, got chills yet?), and she desperately needs your help to find her missing son. In order to reunite the Kent family, you must investigate the mysterious forest yourself. Are you brave enough to face the Blair Witch and those who serve her?
Once you subscribe to this six-episode "season" of gameplay, you'll start receiving boxes full of realistic evidence, maps, police reports, and more. In this horror movie, you’re the main character!
But before you whip out your camcorder and flashlight, here's what you need to know:
First, you'll need to gather up your players — or if you feel up to the task, this game can be played alone. And you need to subscribe to Hunt A Killer: Blair Witch.
Do you wish you could play this game with your horror-obsessed cousin who lives across the country? You can! This game can be played in person or virtually. Solve the mysteries of each box around a table or via video call.