After delaying the game to add single player, Gun Media is providing a FAQ for fans still asking questions about ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’.
Now this is killer information Friday Freaks!
Per an announcement on their official Facebook Page, Gun Media is providing Friday the 13th fans with a FAQ on their upcoming Friday the 13th: The Game. Fans still asking the real questions, and we don’t blame you, this is the one stop horror shop for all answers to your burning questions.
‘Friday the 13th: The Game’- Courtesy of Gun Media
Check out a small bloody sample of the FAQ below, courtesy of Gun Media:
What kind of release information can you give me?
Friday the 13th: The Game will launch in Early 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. You can pre-order the game as either a digital download or a physical disc.
Does the game have single player?
The game will include single player, however it will come as an update in Summer 2017. We originally started as a multiplayer only game but were able to secure additional funding to expand the game. Single player will consist of objective-based missions where you take control of Jason. You’ll get to see missions that will remind you of the movies, as well as entirely new scenarios to sink your machete into!
We will also include offline counselor bots that you’ll be able to fight against without needing an online connection!
So what is the price?
The digital version of the game is $40USD while the physical edition is $60USD. You will get the multiplayer portion of the game in early 2017 with the single player portion being patched in during the summer of 2017.
Are there any differences between physical and digital?
No, the cost disparity is simply our team trying to pass on savings to our fans as it costs less to email a game download key rather than create, package and ship a physical item.
Find the whole Friday the 13th: The Game FAQ at the official website.
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Unless you’ve been living under a cabin, you know Friday the 13th: The Game is arguably the hottest project in gaming — the same can be said about the horror world as well. Looking like a Friday the 13th fan’s insane dream, we personally can’t wait for the game’s release.
Also, we’re dedicated to bringing you the most Friday the 13th: The Game coverage on the net. Including the coverage we already have, we have Part II and III of our interview with Co-Creator Ronnie Hobbs starting tomorrow. Look for that, along with much more on the game in the coming months.
So, will you be buying Friday the 13th: The Game when Gun Media releases the anticipated game?
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