Since its release, Friday the 13th: The Game has been bestowed with a bunch of new content. Now, there's word on what the next crop of DLC set to be released for the game consists of.
Friday the 13th: The Game will celebrate Halloween with a costume pack for the poor, unsuspecting camp counselors who serve as Jason's prey. This content costs just $1.99 but contains a whopping ten skins for players to use.
Counselors can dress up as a fairy princess, a pro wrestler, a naughty devil, a Roman in a toga, a skeleton, a "sexy" cop, a Wonder Woman-inspired super hero, a karate guy, an army guy, or a bunny.
The game is also set to receive a new set of kills for Jason to use. However, while the costume pack has been officially detailed by developer Gun Media, there's been less official word about the kills.
We do know that it will add three new kills for $2.99. Their names give a pretty good idea of what each one consists of; there's the Throat Slit, the Kneecapper, and the Slam and Gut – all of which sound pretty gory and grisly.
There's one caveat about the kills that might come as a disappointment for players who have a favorite flavor of the hockey-masked murderer at the core of Friday the 13th: The Game. They can only be used by the version of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th Part IV.
Given this limitation, it would follow that each different version of Jason in the game might get its own set of unique kills offered up as DLC. We already know that the title is set to get a single-player campaign sometime in the future, but it seems like there are no plans to stop the flow of content for multiplayer, either.
Friday the 13th: The Game is available now for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.