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Friday the 13th: The Game is a survival horror game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It was released on May 26th, 2017 for digital stores and the physical copies were released on October 13th, 2017.

Gameplay Edit

Friday the 13th: The Game is a semi-open world third-person survival horror game set in the fictional camp of Crystal Lake in the Friday the 13th franchise. The time period in which the game is set is the mid-1980s in order to better capture the feel of the original films.

The game is an asymmetrical multiplayer video game, with up to eight people able to play in one game. One player controls Jason Voorhees, while the remaining players control camp counselors at Crystal Lake. A player may also control Tommy Jarvis, who becomes playable when certain conditions are met. According to gameplay demos, Jason has heightened hearing and vision, with him being able to teleport anywhere the player wants. The objective of the counselors is to escape from the camp or survive until time runs out on the session, while Jason's objective is to kill all the remaining players. Jason may also be defeated with an "‘epic’ win condition" that requires teamwork, and is difficult to perform.

Kane Hodder, who portrayed Jason in Part VII, Part VIII, Jason Goes to Hell, and Jason X, reprised him via motion capture and coordinated the stunts. Thom Mathews, who portrayed Tommy Jarvis in Part VI, also reprises his role in the series.

Although the game was originally planned to be multiplayer only, a single player mode will be added in an update planned for Summer 2017, despite the stretch goal for US$1.625 million to unlock it not being reached. The mode will consist of objective-based missions that will allow the player to take control of Jason against offline camp counselor bots. Some of the missions will be adaptations of the films, while others are original scenarios.

Characters Edit

In the game, players can take control of a number of different characters. Players will either be a counselor or Jason.

CounselorsEdit

Counselor Name Character Tropes
/Sterotype
Strengthens Weaknesses
A.J. Mason "The Rocker Chick" * Highest stealth
* High composure
* High repair
* Lowest luck
* Very low strength.
Adam Palomino "The Edgy Guy" * High strength
* High composure
* Very Low luck
* Low stealth
Brandon "Buggzy" Wilson "The Jock" * Highest strength
* High speed
* High stamina
* Lowest repair
* Very low luck
* Very low stealth
Chad Kensington "The Preppy Guy" * Highest luck
* Very high speed
* Lowest composure
* Very low repair
Deborah Kim "The Bookish Girl" * Highest repair
* Very high stealth
* Lowest strength
* Low luck
* Low stamina.
Eric "J.R." LaChappa "The Nerd" * Very high repair
* High stealth
* Very low stamina
* Low speed
* Low strength
Fox "The Biker" * High Strength
* High Repair.
* Low Luck
* Low Stealth
* Low Speed.
Jenny Myers "The Girl Next Door" * Highest composure
* High luck.
* Lowest strength
* very low repair
* Low speed.
Kenny Riedell "The Head Counselor" *A Jack of All Trades
 with a 5/10 in all stats
*A Jack of All Trades
 with a 5/10 in all stats
Mitch Floyd "The Stoner" * High Composure
* High Repair
* Above Average Stealth
* Low Luck
* Low Speed
* Low Strength
Tiffany Cox "The Flirty Girl" * Highest stealth
* Very high stamina
* Lowest repair
* Very low strength
* Low composure
Vanessa Jones "The Athletic Girl" * Highest speed
* Very high stamina
* Lowest stealth
* Very low repair
* Low composure
Tommy Jarvis "The Hero Character"
(See Notes)
All stats are 10/10
(See Notes)
No Weaknesses
(See Notes)

NotesEdit

Although Tommy is not technically a counselor, he is a special character in the game. All of Tommy's stats are 10/10 and he is the only one who can kill Jason. To get Tommy on the map, at least two counsellors need to either die or escape and you need to use the CVS radio to call him. Then one of the Dead/Escaped counsellors will be brought back as Tommy Jarvis.

Jasons Edit

There are 8 different playable Jason's to chose from, from Parts 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9 as well as Tom Savini's own Jason created especially for the game. Each Jason has his own strengths and weakness based on events depicted in the Friday the 13th movies:

Version Type Strengths Weakness
Part 2 Jason Human Jason * Can Run
* More Traps (7)
* Faster Cooldown on Morph Ability
* The cooldown for using the Shift ability is longer
*Lower Hit Points and lower chance to successfully block attacks
* Slower water speed
Part 3 Jason * Can Run
* Can deal more damage with weapons
* Better Grip Strength
* Lower Stun Resistance
* Sense ability won't last as long once activated
* Stalk ability won't last as long once activated
Part 4 Jason  * Can Run
* Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* Can deal more damage with his weapon 
* Slower Water Speed
* Slower Shift Ability Cooldown
* Less Traps (3)
Part 6 Jason Zombie Jason * Starts with 4 throwing knives
* Jason's sense lasts longer once activated
* Faster cooldown the Shift ability.
* Lower HP and lower chance to successfully block attacks
* Can't Run
* The cooldown for using the Morph ability takes longer.
Part 7 Jason * Good Grip Strength
* The sense ability lasts longer once activated
* Faster swim speed
* Can't Run
* Slower cooldown the Shift ability
* Less Traps (3)
Part 8 Jason * Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* The Stalk ability lasts longer once activated.
* Can swim very fast
* Can't Run
* Sense ability won't last as long once activted.
* Poor Grip Strength
Part 9 Jason * Faster cooldown on Shift ability.
* Stalk ability lasts longer once activated.
* High Stun Resistance
* Can't Run
* Lower Hit Points and lower chance to successfully block attacks
* Less Traps (3)
Savini Jason DLC Jason * Faster cooldown on the Shift ability.
* Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* Can deal more damage with his weapon.
* Can't Run
* Very slow water speed
* Low Grip Strength
1989 Retro video Game Jason Same as Part 3's Same as Part 3's

Collectibles Edit

Pamela Tapes: Tapes of Pamela Voorhees talking with the Crystal Lake Police, including the Police Chief Tom Kelley and Detective Joe Maddery, after Jason's supposed drowning. Malcolm Jarvis, Tommy's father, also appears on one of the tapes as the local doctor trying to calm Pamela down. The Pamela Tapes were written by Tom McLoughlin, who also wrote Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives.

Jarvis Tapes: The all-new Tommy Jarvis Tapes are ready to be found throughout Camp Crystal Lake! Discover an entirely new set of tapes that explore the world of Tommy Jarvis and how he deals with the unrelenting force of Jason Voorhees. Written by Adam Green (Creator of Hatchet, Digging Up the Marrow, Frozen) to create a new story focused on one of the few heroes of Friday the 13th!

Weapons Edit

Shotgun: 4 Stun 4 Damage 1 Durability (or 1 shot)

Flare Gun: 3 Stun 1 Damage 1 Durability (or 1 shot)

Axe: 2 Stun 4 Damage 3 Durability

Machete: 1 Stun 3 Damage 3 Durability

Baseball Bat: 4 Stun 2 Damage 1 Durability

Pot/Pan: 3 Stun 1 Damage 4 Durability

Branch: 3 Stun 1 Damage 3 Durability

Pipe: 2 Stun 2 Damage 3 Durability

Wood Plank: 3 Stun 2 Damage 2 Durability

Pipe Wrench: 3 Stun 1 Damage 4 Durability

Fire Poker: 1 Stun 2 Damage 3 Durability

Maps Edit

Higgins Haven

Higgins Haven Small

Camp Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake Small

Packanack Lodge

Packanack Lodge Small

Jarvis House

GalleryEdit

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