Gun Media and Illfonic is serious in resolving issues pestering “Friday the 13th: The Game.” Recently, the massively complained about Team Killing has been addressed with the feature removed in Public Games. However, the developer did not stop there. The game now has an updated and more extensive Code Of Conduct that contains several guidelines and warnings to Leavers.

Code of Conduct

When the asymmetrical horror survival title was released, Gun Media and Illfonic did not release an official code of conduct. The developers did release a set of guidelines for the game just a month after the title was officially released to the public.

However, recently, an updated version of the code of conduct for “Friday the 13th: The Game” has been published. Noticeably, there is a new major rule regarding logging out or exiting the service during live game play.

According to the updated version of the code of conduct, the game developer may trace data over time and issue a temporary ban to a user who is proven to have left mid-game too many times. In addition, warning of a much longer ban will be issued to the player who continues to leave the game early. So far, it is not yet clear if the term live gameplay only covers the particular time the player is alive in the game or if it also applies to the player whose character got killed and left the game.

Other prohibited acts

Aside from leaving the game, the recently updated code of conduct includes accessing or trying to access areas of the Service that are not yet available to the public. In addition, spamming chat, and use of cheats, mods, or bots in playing the game are also prohibited. Moreover, the rules also give warning to those who are playing another person’s account to boost the status or the rank of that particular account.

Upcoming content

Meanwhile, the game also got its official website recently revamped. The website, which was just launched, contains juicy details about upcoming content, changes, and additions to the game. Among these includes a new playable Jason with unique kills, more kill locations, emotes, skins and two more Counselors.

Gun Media and Illfonic also launched the jasonkillsbugdotcom recently to respond to reports by players about game bugs. The site also handles reports from players who encountered abusive players. “Friday the 13th: The Game” is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.