We didn't want to include too many weapons for the survivors as we wanted them to feel more fearful rather than brave. However the props that we did use were:
We included this prop to justify the scenes that include first person perspectives so that it makes it more believable that they are watching from a recording made from this victim. It also means that we can put the audience in the shoes of the victims which would make them feel more like they're actually there, ultimately making the film more immersive.
We decided to utilize the abandoned vehicles that were left lying around within the forest's paintball arena that we filmed in. This made the film seem more fearful as it includes aspects from city built areas as apposed to just being in the middle of nowhere. This would give the effect that the audience would feel that this event could happen anywhere, giving the illusion that nowhere is safe.