Friday the 13th: The Game Update 1.36 Is Live, Various Bug Fixes

Friday the 13th has received Update 1.36. You can now download this patch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You will find that Friday the 13th Update 1.36 has various general bug fixes and quite a few game crash issues have also been fixed. Something that stands out in this patch is that Private Matches now include control over more of the in game settings.

Friday the 13th: The Game is a cooperative video game based on the films of the Friday 13th movie saga. They have developed it thanks to a Kickstarter financing campaign and combines standard action with multiplayer terror. The title enjoys great popularity and a strong online community, being one of the main successes on viewing platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. Below you will find the complete list of Friday the 13th Update 1.36 patch notes.

  • FIXED: An issue causing Environmental Kills to record a kill, but leave the counselor in game, creating stuck lobbies and excessive kill counts.
  • FIXED: An issue in Friday the 13th with the drawer upstairs on Pinehurst that would cause the counselor to become stuck if interacted with.
  • FIXED: A problem with super lazy bots on Jarvis House Offline. They are now motivated and will move about as normal.
  • FIXED: An issue that would render a door unusable if two counselors interacted with the door/barricade at the same time.
  • FIXED: Various game crash issues.
  • FIXED: Various car interaction fixes in Friday the 13th, specifically counselors interacting with the car (fixing, starting, etc).
  • FIXED: Various counselor stuck spots have been resolved.
  • OTHER: Private Matches now include control over more of the in game settings: The modifier for “Ability Unlock/Recharge Rate” for Jason is currently only Recharge Rate. The Ability Unlock speed aspect of this will be implemented at a later date. These controls allow players to tweak private match settings to many varying degrees and some unexpected behavior can be seen depending on the variables selected. While players should expect some instability when altering these settings, the community can also report any unexpected behavior to JasonKillsBugs.com.

I remind you that IllFonic and Gun Media’s Friday the 13th: The Game released on October 13, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. They also released a Nintendo Switch version on August 13, 2019.