Sample Soundtrack/Art Book From Friday The 13th: The Game, Help Get Single Player Mode

Friday The 13th: The Game is in full swing with motion capture filming just completed a few weeks ago, and as Gun Media and Illfonic continue to animate and develop the game, fans are still clamoring for a single player mode. The Slasher Backer program currently has the funding at $823,704.20, but in order to have a single player mode, the funding for the game must reach $1,625,000. That is just about double the amount currently in hand, but fans can still help try to get to that lofty goal.

Part of the Slasher Backer campaign allows fans to purchase the CD soundtrack and physical art book for the game. Costs are $18 and $49 respectively and can be purchased along with many other perks at the Slasher Backer site. You can sample the mock-ups for the items below as well as listen to a sample of Harry Manfredini's score for the game!

According to the guys at Gun Media (via an interview at PAX South last week), if a Single Player mode was achieved, the game would more than likely have to be delayed a few months from the scheduled October 2016 date. That would be a small price to pay for the large number of fans who have been begging for this mode since the game's announcement last year. If you haven't already, please make sure to pre-order your copy of Friday The 13th: The Game today and pick up any number of perks in the Slasher Backer program to help make the Single Player mode a reality.

Look for more news on the game upcoming in the next few months and we will be sure to post about the progress as it becomes available.

About Friday The 13th: The Game 
Friday the 13th: The Game is a third-person, asymmetrical multiplayer title where one player controls Jason Voorhees while the remaining seven control camp counselors trying to survive the night.That's right...1v7 multiplayer set in the semi-open world of Camp Crystal Lake! It's a classic horror fan's dream, no shaky cam, no found footage. We want you to know we're revitalizing the golden era of slashers, and putting you at the controls of each horrific, blood-splattered moment.