New Friday the 13th Game Footage Plus A New Tom Savini Designed Jason Make Their Debut

If you’re like me – you’re thinking “really, another damn trailer for this game?”   But damn – this thing is pretty impressive.   Some truly violent and horrific kills make their debut this time around.   As well as debuting this new look at some of the carnage – Gun Media also rolled out a skin that folks will be able to download – designed by Tom Savini – that features his take on a post Jason Goes To Hell Version of “the man behind the mask”. Have a look!

Impressively iconic – in my opinion.

Now – about that trailer.   It features a song by Crazy Lixx titled Killer.   The Daily Dead reports the following:

“This trailer highlights a new song from Crazy Lixx (“Killer”), and features a host of new brutal kills and a first look at Jason models from Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan, and Friday the 13th Part 9: Jason Goes to Hell.

New version of Jason Voorhees, created exclusively for Friday the 13th: The Game by the legendary horror icon himself, Mr. Tom Savini

This is the first Jason Voorhees created by Tom Savini since Friday the 13th Part 4: The Final Chapter (1984), and the first new Jason in the series since the 2009 film reboot.

At the end of Friday the 13th Part 9: Jason Goes to Hell, Jason gets drug into the depths of hell, seemingly gone forever. This Jason model reflects Tom Savini’s interpretation of what might have happened to Jason after this epic event.

Friday the 13th: The Game is being developed for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, for release in Early 2017.”

Freaking brutal!   If you’re not stoked for this game by now – I don’t know what else you need.

For all the latest info and to get your pre-order placed – head on over to the project website.

Dave Dreher
Co-Founder / Lead News Reporter at Gruesome Magazine
Dave is co-founder and lead news reporter for Gruesome. Dave has built his resume working for Diabolique Magazine, The Horror Channel,, House of Horrors and Creature Corner. He has worked with Tom Savini on his official site since 1997 and is also co-host of the popular podcast Horror News Radio.