'Friday the 13th the Game' news: Players discover weird accidental death scenario during beta testing

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In the beta test for “Friday the 13th: the Game,” one player was able to discover a certain way to kill a camp counselor. What makes the method different, however, is the fact that it does not involve Jason, and it ensures a glitch-filled hilarity.

According to Game Rant, the game seems to be not as serious as the other asymmetrical multiplayer horror games out there. Compared to its competitors like “Dead by Daylight,” “Friday the 13th: the Game” has its moments of levity, and as such, players are hard at work trying to find creative ways to kill Jason or at least mess with him.

As of now, there is still no way to kill Jason, and it is still unclear as to whether or not the villain can really be killed, but players are certainly trying everything. However, right now, players are finding ways to get their counselors killed either intentionally or unexpectedly.

One of the most interesting deaths right now is the possibility of killing a camp counselor without Jason’s help. It is not clear what triggers the death, but it appears that it occurs once the player collides with the bear trap and the door’s shattered pieces. Once it happens, the game becomes glitched as the character’s corpse whips around the game’s map.

Meanwhile, according to iTechPost, Jason’s abilities make him a really formidable opponent. After all, he has a rage ability that allows him to burst through doors without getting tired, and it gives him super strength at the same time. As such, players are advised to stay far from wooden doors and walls as they can be grabbed by Jason.

Regardless, while he seems overpowered, it is possible for players to witness some horribly hilarious moments as they try to survive Jason’s onslaught once “Friday the 13th: the Game” gets released in 2017 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.