Visual Roadmap for Friday the 13th Reveals Loads of Future DLC and Single Player Content

The visual roadmap for Friday the 13th: The Game has been revealed by Gun Media, Inc. and it looks a lot like a guide map to certain death even with its most unassuming design. Since the game’s release back in May this year, there have been regular releases of content. Nothing particularly overwhelming has surfaced, but it seems this the developer have been preparing the big guns for Fall and all the way through Winter. By the time Halloween takes hold, players can expect a free emote pack, ’80s themed Spring Break clothing pack, Part IV Jason, Jarvis House Map, brand new counselors, new kills, and more clothing. That’s a whole lot of brand new content being released in the next few weeks alone.

As can be seen in the image above, the content release is expected all toward the end of 2017. While none of this has really been kept top-secret, it’s a compact and visual representation of what is to come. There’s the Virtual Cabin 2.0 where developers hoped would be a place for players to see their achievements, game lore, developer diary, and much more. It’s essentially a museum of informational goodies related to Friday the 13th. The best part? It’s free.

There’s also an SP Challenges demo, more counselors, and map. After Winter rolls around, there will be two new Jason, single player challenges, a brand new game mode, map, and clothing. So, gamers, which content release are you looking forward to the most based on the visual roadmap? Have you seen the latest teaser for Jason from part IV? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as they happen, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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