Friday The 13th To Get Brutal Single Player Challenges
Oof. That's a rough one.
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The team behind Friday the 13th has been promising a single player mode for some time now, and it looks like we've finally gotten a peek. The video above is the first look at the title's single player challenges, and best of all, they're going to come free.
Revealed via Twitter, the new demo showcases Jason's brutal killings of two teens, Bugsy and Adam, attempting to fix their broken-down car. The trailer doesn't reveal much information on the new mode, as it is taken from a development build. But we do know it will be free, and the team hopes to eventually add unlockable targets and new maps. There is currently no confirmed release date.
This isn't the first we've seen from Friday the 13th's offline play. Back in December, the team released an update that added offline bots, among other things. It wasn't a fully fleshed-out single player mode, but the single player challenges might eventually fill that void.
After a rocky launch in 2017 with numerous server issues and bugs, dedicated servers are coming to PS4 and Xbox One in the coming months. The team is suspending regular updates and development to focus on the servers, which are expected to go live in April.
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