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Friday the 13th delayed to 2017 to add single-player campaign

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This afternoon, Gun Media revealed that Friday the 13th: The Game will not only feature online multiplayer, but also single-player campaign.

Friday The 13th Video Game Screenshot

Unfortunately, players who looked forward to play Friday The 13th: The Game will have to wait a while, because the title will not be released this year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but finally indeed in next year. It was on the Kickstarter page of the game that Gun Media has clearly announced that the title will output for Spring 2017 less for its multiplayer mode while single player will release for summer 2017.

The distributor said that the release of the game has been delayed until 2017, with the aim of including Tommy Jarvis as a selectable character as well as a new map and bots with artificial intelligence. In addition by cons, a multiplayer beta should be part of the game released from the end of 2016, and developers are still keen to reassure fans explaining that this report was clearly a difficult decision.

This title was originally announced as Slasher Vol. 1: Summer Camp, but then changed its name to acquire the license of Friday the 13th.

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, donors have the opportunity to test the Beta of the game at the end of the year. Each invitation will include additional keys to play with 4 friends plus.

The multiplayer component will be available in early 2017, while the campaign will debut in the summer of the same year. Those who pre-order Friday the 13th, they will receive the new content at no additional cost.

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