We’re happy to say that we’ve been involved with Gun Media, the company responsible for bringing us the Friday the 13th game before it was even officially announced. That being said, this line of communication with the company has always been open, and Mr. Wes Keltner, the founder of Gun Media, has always been more than willing to talk with us, clarify things, and spill some cool details.
Obviously, one of the main concerns about the game is the overwhelming amount of glitches that quite a few members of the community have taken advantage of. Speaking as both a fan and player of the game myself, I can tell you that the amount of problems with the game is damn-near game-breaking and very discouraging.
Luckily for Gun Media, horror fans are some of the most loyal people you’ll ever encounter, so we’ve stuck around in hopes that the game’s rocky start will only be nothing more than a distant memory in the near future, and the company can make things right.
Thankfully, it looks like that time may have come.
Over the past few days, I’ve been speaking with Wes and he informed me of an upcoming patch for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, which has already been released for PC gamers with great results.
As of yesterday, this patch was officially released on Playstation 4 and Wes is saying that things are looking very hopeful:
So far, no reports of glitching with PS4 update that went out yesterday. A couple perks got wonky so we are working on that now.
Even though a couple perks may be a bit wonky, I’ll definitely take that over a 10-year-old kid running around on the roof shouting “nyah nyah nyah,” in his microphone while I’m playing as Jason.
As for which perks are acting up, we’re not able to confirm at this time.
It’s also been announced by the company that the patch will fix a memory leak issues, which would cause the game to crash. For the record, this was an extremely annoying error that occurred far too often.
As for Xbox One users, you’ll get the patch later this week. The company also has hopes of eliminating ALL issues in the next patch update.
Still, it’s nice to see that they’re working on getting these glitches squared away. This is definitely a step in the right direction.