Friday the 13th: The Game’ Killer Roster Includes Jason 6

Friday the 13th: The Game” cast just cannot get any better as Gun Media and Illfonic officially revealed that Jason Voorhees will be added to the game as he reprises his role in sixth part of the movie entitled, “Jason Lives.”

Fans hooked on the game have been looking forward to the developments of “Friday the 13th: The Game.” The last part of the recorded in-game piece for the title put out both Gun Media and Illfonic providing some additional footages for gameplays which feature the asymmetric multiplayer style of the game. In the said footages, the camp counselors attempt to survive Jason. With the upcoming horror game release, the developers are seizing the moment when it comes to casting Jason Voorhees in it. He will soon be stalking his victims in “Friday the 13th: The Game” as they have already launched the newest gameplay teaser emphasizing Jason 6 in his role from the movie.

As what was seen in the clip below, Jason is portrayed from the film’s sixth installment but was seen with decent, sharp weapons and supernatural powers. In the said video, Jason 6 has a machete on his hip with a spear in his hand and a knife which he throws at his victims. Jason 6 will also have the ability to teleport in long distances allowing him to catch up who he’s chasing quickly. Still, the monster has more tools at its disposal but Jason will attempt to kill it.

Additionally, the clip above is from an Xbox One version. Before, most footage pieces are released from the game in its PC pre-alpha stages so it is a refreshing that other version of the game in other consoles ar progressing. A snippet of the horror-punk band The Misfits’ song “Friday the 13th” also plays in the background briefly. The said song is part of the game’s official soundtrack.

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“Friday the 13th” The Game” is set to be released for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users the first quarter of 2017.