Gun Media will stop providing dedicated servers and official updates to Friday the 13th: The Game, nearly four years after the game’s launch.
After a serious legal blow in 2018 caused any future content updates to be halted, Gun Media continues to support Friday the 13th: The Game by providing regular patches and dedicated server. But that will be over when the final update to the game launches this month.
“Gun’s team wants to thank all the players and fans who made it Friday the 13th: The match is what it is today. We know this news is hard to hear, albeit unavoidable. We appreciate each of you, “Studio said in a statement shared on the game̵7;s official forums.
For greater certainty, Gun Media notes that you can still play the game in private patches and public matches via hosted servers. On the server side, this basically means that the game is being reverted back to its state at launch on PS4 and Xbox One, where if one server leaves the match, the others are disqualified. Progress will continue as usual, just as the XP double, CP and ice drop rate introduced at the beginning of the pandemic will remain.
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