Friday the 13th: The Game can expect news on the game’s single-player mode soon, after it launched this past spring as a multiplayer-only experience.
A single-player adventure was teased for the game following its launch, but the developers made little mention of the feature over the following weeks, likely due in part to the game’s post-launch technical issues. These issues apparently didn’t stunt the developer’s focus on the single-player update, as Gun Media reportedly told GameSpot that news would be dropping for the mode soon.
“Thankfully, due to the huge amount of support we’ve received from fans, our team has been able to expand work on future content to coincide with our focus on fixing performance issues. We are incredibly excited to share news very soon, including more on the upcoming single-player mode that will be available at no additional charge.”
It is currently unclear how the game’s single-player will work. The multiplayer involves one player hunting down seven campers, each controlled by other players, but hopefully the single-player doesn’t simply adopt the same template and replace the seven campers with bots.
The developers are currently striving to make one of these campers into a character played by Gloria Charles in Friday the 13th Part 3D, but the actress’s unfortunate passing and the developer’s inability to find her estate’s contact information has inspired them to turn to the community for help.
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