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- Includes all previously released DLC and Retail Disc Exclusive Content on the cart.
- 1v7 Multiplayer: With maps spanning multiple iconic locations from the movie franchise; play online as either Jason Voorhees or a Camp Counselor trying to survive the night. The choice is yours!
- Unlock and Customize: Level up and unlock new playable Counselors or Jason models; spend hard-earned points on new kills for Jason or game-changing Perks for your Camp Counselors; even unlock new '80s inspired clothing to show off during matches!
- Killer Variety: Play as various incarnations of Jason Voorhees as depicted in the films. Each Jason has been hand-crafted with specific strengths, weaknesses, and exclusive brutal kills!
- Limited Edition Poster: An 11x17 Friday the 13th: The Game limited edition poster exclusive to the Switch version.
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Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition arrives on the Nintendo Switch! The Switch offers a unique experience, in both social settings and on the go! Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition comes equipped with the game, a limited-edition poster, and all DLC released for the game. This definitive collection includes Single Player Challenges, Virtual Cabin 2.0, all kills for Jason, New Maps, New Counselors, New playable Jason's, Matches with AI Bots, all Clothing Packs & More. The game is a faithful tribute to the franchise, all the way down to the tiniest detail. Whether it's one of the many iconic film locations that have been chosen for the game, or the various Jason Voorhees models themselves, fans can rest assured that everything in Friday the 13th: The Game has been painstakingly recreated with accuracy in mind. This is truly the love letter Friday the 13thfans have waited more than 30 years for.
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It is cool to have this game on the go. If you are like me and want a little time sink here and there before bed the occasional match is a nice treat.
The game hosts in game chat not through the app ...but, this isn't entirely without issue. See below in the cons.
For those new comers, this really is a cool nod to F13 fans. Easter eggs are all over and lots of iterations of Jason are present through the game. There is incentive to play as you can unlock new "versions" of Jason, perks, kills, and counselors.
Really if you got friends that you want to play together online or you just got a great room. You'll have hours of fun. I've already made friends in the game. Seriously half of my PS4 friends are from playing the game there.
Let's get the chat out of the way. If you want to chat in docked mode, you are going to need a wireless headset. I personally feel chat contributes a lot to the fun of the game. For some players this will be an investment they aren't willing to make if they don't have one already. The other problem with that is chat is far less active than you see on other platforms as a result.
The community currently appears a bit on the sparse side. While I never had problems filling a room to play, I saw a lot of familiar faces throughout the evening. I don't know if this will change moving forward or if what we saw is typical of the day one crowd. In short right now if you are annoyed by a certain player, you may not be able to simply escape to another group to avoid them ...or at least it is a bit more difficult.
The game has some launch bugs. At this stage counselor selection will sometimes randomly generate even when you don't set the option to (same with Jason). I had an issue with the match animations launching sometimes.
I'm going to add a neutral response as well. This was not an issue for me (that I assumed I might have seeing other reviews). Graphics are of course downgraded on the system. When I watched videos, I was kinda put off by the severity of the downgrade in graphic quality. However in the game itself, I hardly noticed. It was sort of a non-issue if you aren't someone that concentrates a lot on those change in visuals you'll be fine. Also, as I mentioned it wasn't as noticeable as I originally thought it might be.
So, I gave this game a 4. While it probably deserves a 3 given the balance of pros and cons. The game is fun if you get the right crowd. I honestly find the most annoying part of the game is the toxic community of former players what consistently bash the game ad nauseum on social media. It is like they are still complaining about a relationship that ended years after and they haven't moved on. The community that is still out there and support the game obviously still love it though.