Gun Media's lead community developer Matt Shotcha announced on the official Friday The 13th forums today that following the next patch, to be released sometime during November, dedicated servers for the asymmetrical survival game will be taken offline. That's not the end of the story, though: Quick Play will continue to function via peer to peer matchmaking after the update, and database servers will remain in place so players can still access the game in full, including private matches. In a tweet, co-creator Wes Keltner said that the team at Gun tried to keep the dedicated servers for as long as possible, but "felt this day was coming. We fought to keep dedicated servers for as long as possible, but I think we all felt this day was coming. November 3,
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If you don't want your characters to meet a similar fate to the summer camp counselors in the films, then you'll need some Friday the 13th: The Game tips to increase your survival odds against imposing mommy's boy Jason Voorhees. The game is part of Xbox Games with Gold for October so there's a new chance to get involved, but the odds are still firmly stacked against you if you're taking on the role of a preppy counselor in this slasher adaptation. That's why we're here to help, as we have a set of Friday the 13th: The Game tips to give you the best chance of escaping the nightmare scenario, or even defying the odds and defeating the masked monster. Despite their comically alarmed exteriors, these teens do have the capacity to deny Jason of his bloodthirsty ambitions by escaping the camp or even defeating him for good in the 7v1 multiplayer matches, where any hint of teamwork and strategy can go a long way towards saving your skin.
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