Come Celebrate Friday the 13th: The Game's One-Year Anniversary
The game celebrates its one year anniversary with a special XP event.
Along with the huge game update coming on May 24th, developer IllFonic has announced a bonus event to celebrate the first launch anniversary of Friday the 13th: The Game. From the 24th through the 29th, players will be treated to a 130% increase to experience points earned and double the chance to find more of the ever-elusive Pamela and Tommy Tapes.
Launch Anniversary Spectacular! Increased XP & Tape Drops from 4pm Eastern on May 24th through 4pm Eastern on the 29th!— Friday The 13th Game (@Friday13thGame) May 22, 2018
PS: Chad didn't want us to increase XP & Tape Drops, because Chad is a dick. Don't be a Chad. pic.twitter.com/XKmzG8ooP2
Make sure that you take advantage of this "Launch Anniversary Spectacular" event in order to unlock some of the new features coming with the update, such as new counselor Victoria Sterling at level 42 and, in particular, the ability to swap Jason's weapons out at level 113.
Friday the 13th: The Game's Long-Awaited Update Imminent
The upcoming update is packed full of content and fixes.
Between the new update and the content it brings, as well as the special XP event, there is no reason why players shouldn't revisit Camp Crystal Lake over the long Memorial Day Weekend. We will see you there!
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