If you're a fan of Friday the 13th: The Game, you may be disappointed to learn that the game's license is set to expire this December. This means that the game will no longer be available for purchase, both digitally and physically. The news was first reported by Bloody Disgusting in late 2020.

Friday the 13th: The Game is a survival horror game developed by IllFonic and Gun Interactive. Released in 2017, the game has been a popular choice for horror game fans, as it offers a unique experience that puts players in the shoes of either a counselor trying to survive a night at Camp Crystal Lake or the notorious killer himself, Jason Voorhees.

The license issue means that the game will be removed from digital stores, such as Steam and the PlayStation Store, and will no longer be sold physically. This is a significant blow to the game's fans, many of whom have been playing the game for years and have invested significant amounts of time and money into it.

While the decision to delist the game may come as a surprise to some, it is not uncommon for licensed games to have an expiration date. When a game is based on a licensed property, such as a movie or