After a few days of delay for Xbox players, it appears they can finally access the free DLC content that was already given to PS4 and PC players on June 20th. This included a retro Jason skin (which comes with some cool new music), new cloths for the campers, and 13,000 customization points.
The game is also expecting to see a bit of double XP coming up this weekend, starting June 23rd and ending the 25th.
Gun Media, the small studio behind Friday the 13th, stated that the game’s patch was denied approval by Microsoft’s certification process. They resubmitted on Wednesday and were obviously approved sometime this morning. Wes Keltner, the studio’s creator and designer, stated in a post on the game’s Facebook page the delay for Xbox was due to a “memory leak issue” and “some instability of the new content.”
The studio was looking for help from others to quicken the process: “But we’re getting some outside help, from other colleagues in the industry that have had this identical problem. This in an effort to speed it up, or at least avoid some hurdles getting to the root of the problem.”
However, this did not stop all the hate that was given toward them from Xbox users. You can see all of that on their Facebook in the link above.