New ‘Friday The 13th’ Game Trailer Shows Jason’s Morph Ability

Gun Media is releasing “Friday the 13th: The Game” this Spring. With its imminent debut, the developers have published teasers and trailers more often now. The newest trailer showcases Jason’s ability to stalk his unknowing victims.

Past teasers and trailers of “Friday the 13th: The Game” have already shown Jason in all his bloody glory. However, it can still be quite puzzling how he is able to sneak up behind his victims when all he really does is walk briskly. Now, the puzzle has been solved. This was apparently because of Jason’s Morph ability.

According to Den of Geek, this enables the masked killer to inauspiciously “morph” or appear near his victims without having to run. There are still no details if the ability has a limit or not. Still, it’s one of the reasons why “Friday the 13th” is a thrilling game.

“Friday the 13th” will be an asymmetrical multiplayer game where players get to portray Jason Voorhees himself. The goal is to kill seven human characters. These seven will, of course, be controlled by seven other players. They are the counselors of the infamous Camp Crystal Lake.

It has also been revealed that Tommy Jarvis will be a playable character in the game. However, this is only attainable once certain conditions are met. Jarvis can be remembered as one of the most recurring characters in “Friday the 13th.” He is also the nemesis of Jason.

Past game trailers of “Friday the 13th” showed that it can be extremely brutal and gory, just like the classic horror films it was based on. Gamers can experience the gore on PC, Xbox One and PS4 soon. PC Gamer¬†also reported a singleplayer mode, which will be available later this year.

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