Have you ever wondered it might be like to play as Jason Voorhees? Sure, some of you guys might have found that out while playing Mortal Kombat, but if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to chase helpless victims through Camp Crystal Lake, you might have heard that back in 2015, a game dubbed Friday the 13th was launched on Kickstarter.


The game was initially expected to be launched earlier but was delayed to 2017, and the good news is that if you were looking forward to playing it, you’ll be pleased to learn that we finally have a release date to look forward to, and that is the 26th of May. It will be debuting on multiple platforms which includes the Xbox One, PS4, and the PC where it will be priced at $40.

For those who prefer their games single-player, you might be disappointed to learn that at launch, the game will only be available as a multiplayer game. The play style will be similar to Evolve where one player plays as Jason and has to hunt the other players who will be playing as camp counselors.

The single-player update will be arriving this summer via an update, so not to worry as it won’t be charged as a DLC. No specific dates are mentioned, so players will just have to make do with multiplayer until then.

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