Friday the 13th: The Game has been a proverbial roller coaster throughout its release and development. Players and fans have taken every loop and turn to lead to the game they know today. Developers Gun Media and IllFonic want to give fans and players a little more warning about when the next loop-the-loop will arrive, though. They're doing this by releasing a developmental road map for fans to follow.
It doesn't list any dates next to the releases, but there are two points in the map that seem to give us a hint as to what to expect. Seven circles down the road leads to a pumpkin. It would stand to reason that the updates before it will release before Halloween. Another five circles down the path shows a picture of a snowflake. So maybe that content will release between Halloween and Christmas. There are a few more updates after the snowflake, so perhaps those mark content coming early next year.
So far, Friday the 13th: The Game has seen a free clothing pack, retro Jason, and fast paced maps introduced. This developer road map shows future clothing packs, more Jasons, more maps, new counselors, new kills, and new game modes. The content map also shows offline bots, “Virtual Cabin 2.0,” and single player challenges. It would seem the demo for single-player will hopefully release some time between Halloween and Christmas. It is something to certainly look forward to in a game that threatened to stall at one point.