When news broke Gun Media was functioning onto a Friday the 13th game, the principal complaint focused around the deficiency of single-player play for those just seeking to hack-and-slash their way through terrible teens. Following tepid victory of the series, Illfonic and Gun Media demonstrated that single player struggles were at the game’s DLC roadmap — albeit much further later on. However, in a new video shared a few days past, Gun Media’s player challenges for Friday the 13th: The Game appear to be a promising and murderous cure at no additional price.
Seen from the footage below, players take the role of Jason from the tutorial because his maniacal mom (or, at least, Jason’s symptom of her) parrots into his ear the teenagers with a busted car deserve passing. Following that is a display of the forces and environmental-based gameplay. The adolescent walks in the woods to take a escape — Jason following having a night vision and teleportation. After he gets the jump on him Jason lifts up him impaling him on a tree branch that is broken.
Next, Jason sets his sights onto the teen who’s currently fixing the car. Until he’d be more out-of-sight, waiting, Jason approaches the teen who’s below the wheel well replacing a tire. Efficiently, Jason pulls away the jack making the teenager crushs.
What’s better about the video than the proof of theory, is the simple fact that the programmers affirm the challenges will offer unique strategies to fix challenges. So gamers choosing up Friday the 13th: The Game may find entirely new ways to kill both teens within this sample setting.
Friday the 13th: The Game‘s single player challenges will be available to everyone who has the base game at no additional price. While the release date or window for these changes have yet to be detailed, everyone can grab the bottom game on PC, PS4, along with Xbox One. Check out the gameplay footage below: