Don’t worry for a moment that Jason Voorhees is going to be limited to his iconic machete. In the latest trailer from developer Gun Media, we see some notably gruesome slayings with Jason in Friday the 13th: The Game. However, the trailer isn’t just haphazardly thrown together to showcase deaths — instead, it is used to
When news broke that Gun Media was working on a Friday the 13th game, the main criticism focused around the lack of single-player, offline play for those simply looking to hack-and-slash their way through awful teenagers. Following tepid success of the series, Illfonic and Gun Media revealed that single player challenges were in the game’s DLC roadmap —
Since it launched earlier this year, Friday the 13th: The Game has provided players with the chance to fend for themselves (or take on the role of the iconic hockey masked killer) in asymmetrical multiplayer, with the title getting a new glimpse at its next upcoming mode. A new teaser video was released for Friday the 13th:
Illfonic and Gun Media, developers of Friday the 13th: The Game, gave fans a look at the studios’ plans in regards to upcoming DLC that’ll be released over time. In a post over on the game’s official forums, a roadmap detailing all of the upcoming content headed to it was revealed. The map shows a few things we already
Creators behind Friday the 13th: The Game, Gun Media, shared a teaser video on YouTube of a new map featuring the Jarvis house. The new map will offer new grounds for players to become familiarized with while trying to escape Jason’s grasp. Taking after the film, Jason will be in a new “Jason 4” skin.
Today, Sony released the PlayStation Store’s top downloaded games for the month of May in North America and Europe. Last month, the North American PS4 charts were topped by Persona 5. This month they have been topped by NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Injustice 2. Behind Injustice 2, is Gun Media’s Friday the