Friday The 13th: The Game Reveals Single Player Mode With New Trailer

Making more strides to keep the game fresh, Gun Media have released a brand new trailer this week showing off the single-player mode for Friday The 13th: The Game. Now while the footage below shows that it is a "work in progress", the premise for what it will entail is pretty simple as you play different scenarios in which Jason will kill the NPC characters. It's actually a cool concept that we can't wait to try. Also, we have the new patches from this week that were quietly added in on Tuesday.


  • Made adjustments to the window collision blocker that is created while a counselor in the process of climbing or jumping through a window
  • Addressed multiple exploits and exploit locations


  • Fixed a bug that caused Bear Traps to work inconsistently when being placed near doorways
  • Fixed a bug that caused Bear Traps to become stuck in a counselor's hands
  • Fixed a bug that caused counselors to sometimes become stuck while climbing through a window



  • Fixed a bug that caused the northwestern exit to not work properly as a vehicle escape


  • Fixed a bug that caused vehicles to not function properly while Jason is standing directly behind the vehicle


  • Reduced the volume of Part 5 Jason's music

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