Gun Media’s Kickstarted horror title – Friday the 13th: The Game – may be getting a single-player mode if it performs well. This news comes courtesy of an interview Polygon held with Wes Keltner, one of the game’s co-creators.
"No questions whatsoever that we want to revisit single-player if the game does well," said Keltner. "We're taking pre-orders right now. Every single dime we get is going right back into the game to put that kind of stuff in there."
The game’s Kickstarter campaign pulled in $823,704 USD in funding – almost $1 million short of the $1,625,000 USD stretch goal which would have implemented a “single player survival challenge mode.”
The game is currently on track to be a multiplayer affair only, with Keltner comparing it to the Hitman series. "You sit there long enough, and you can figure out where everyone's going and what to do. That's still fun. No question, it's still fun. That's where we want to go with single-player in our game."
The game is slated to release later this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.