The hotly anticipated horror adaptation Friday the 13th: The Game is so unforgivingly brutal that its production has put Jason Voorhees himself, Kane Hodder, out of action.
Hodder, who has played the hockey-masked killer in four films, is currently lending his dread-inducing motion captured movements to the game, and is having an all-round swell time doing so:
That was until the horror legend sustained a rather raw injury, bruising his tricep during a recent mo-cap session:
Hodder remained wholly upbeat about the whole thing, posting "Who said mo-cap isn't dangerous? LOL."
Luckily the game's Facebook page confirmed that the injury wasn't too serious:
Injured tricep sustained on the set of our mo-cap session. Kane is healing just fine!
It's gonna take more than a bruise to take down Jason.
Taking you back to Crystal Lake, the survival simulator sees you take control of either a petrified camp counselor or the machete-wielding psychopath. It's kill or be killed from there on:
Friday the 13th: The Game is an online, asymmetric multiplayer experience where one player will assume the role of Jason against seven other players assuming the roles of camp counselors trying to survive the night.
The game is projected to come out in the fall of 2016.