Friday The 13th: The Game gets offline bots

News PlayStation Xbox One

Friday the 13th: The Game is getting offline bots added, which will add a single player experience to the multiplayer only game. The new update, out this week on PS4, Xbox One and PC, will also include an increase to the level cap, and limited time Holiday Events.

The offline mode will allow you to select how difficult the bots you play against, Easy, Normal, and Hard. The higher the difficulty you choose, the longer counselors will remember you being in the area, the more likely they are to fight you, the quicker they are to react to your presence, the quicker they are to exit hiding spaces when you leave, and the more likely they are to use Medical Sprays smartly. They’ll fix cars, boats, hide in closets, under beds, in sleeping bags, barricade doors, and more to keep you from making them into another victim. You’ll be able to select from 1 to 7 counselors in your offline game to ensure that you are playing against exactly how many counselors you want to stalk.

The increase in max player level will go from 101 to 150. This increase won’t just be a number that keeps getting higher as you play more and earn XP. The devs have promised that there will be some cool things that you will unlock along the way like new outfits for counselors and new grab kills for Jason.

The Holiday Events will start on December 18th and from then until the 23rd, your chances of rolling a Rare and Epic perk will be increased. From 23rd to 27th your chances of finding BOTH Pamela and Jarvis tapes will be increased. Finally, from December 23rd and running through to January 2nd, you will be earning DOUBLE CP. Please note that CP earned from leveling up is NOT doubled, but everything else is.

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