After news broke Gun Media was working onto a Friday the 13th game, the main complaint concentrated around the absence of single-player play for people simply looking to hack-and-slash their way throughout awful teenagers. Following tepid victory of this series, Illfonic and Gun Media revealed that single player challenges were in the game’s DLC roadmap — albeit substantially further in the future. However, in a brand new video shared a couple days ago, Gun Media’s single player challenges for Friday the 13th: The Game resemble a promising and murderous cure at no extra cost.
Seen from the footage under, players take the part of Jason in the tutorial as his maniacal mum (or, at least, Jason’s manifestation of her) parrots to his ear the teens with a busted car deserve departure. Following that is a screen of the powers and environmental-based gameplay. The adolescent walks into the woods to have a leak — Jason following having teleportation and a night vision. Jason lifts him up impaling him on a broken tree branch once he gets the jump on him.
Next, his sights are set by Jason onto the teen who is currently fixing up the vehicle. Waiting until he would be more out-of-sight, the teen who is below the wheel substituting a tire is approached by Jason. Efficiently, the jack which makes the adolescent crushs is pulled away by Jason.
What’s better about the movie than the overall proof of concept, is the fact that the developers affirm the challenges will provide many diverse strategies to address challenges.
Friday the 13th: The Game‘s player challenges will likely be available to everyone with the base game at no extra price. While the launch date or window for these modifications have yet to be comprehensive, anyone can catch the game on PC, PS4, along with Xbox One. Check out the gameplay footage under: