Gun Media and Illfonic release an upcoming sneak peak at the Virtual Cabin 2.0 as part of a new patch for their Friday The 13th: The Game. While the intention was to provide new content and fix any issues or bugs that have crept up in the game, fans were not made aware of just what would be hinted at in the Virtual Cabin 2.0.
Set to serve as a “combination museum” as well as an “interactive dev diary” for Friday The 13th: The Game, the new Virtual Cabin will be filled with content and tons of references from past films hidden within. At no additional cost, the expansion comes as a complete overhaul of the original Virtual Cabin that was introduced when the Friday The 13th: The Game launched on Xbox One, PS4, and Steam.
The developers unveiled a series of screenshots for viewers to explore and once you start to piece them together it becomes increasingly apparent that we’re likely getting a Jason Goes To Hell map. You can see what looks to be a Jason Goes to Hell map and new Jasons below:
In addition to the Jason Goes To Hell map, the game will soon be getting that long-promised single-player content with the release of the Virtual Cabin 2.0 patch. The single-player content will consist of three different parts: Challenges, Offline Bots, and Virtual Cabin 2.0, which will be the first of the three to be released.
The Virtual Cabin 2.0 and new single-player options are just a small part of the new content and features that Gun and Illfonics have released for Friday The 13th: The Game since its launch. The Tommy Jarvis tapes were announced just a couple months ago, and the addition of the playable NES Jason as a sort of apology for delays and bugs during the game’s initial launch are just some of the things that developers have released for the game.
The ill-begotten Jason Goes To Hell has been in the news a lot lately, with the announcement of both a ‘making-of’ documentary as well as confirmation from its director that Jason is tied to the Evil Dead universe. This Jason Goes To Hell inspired Virtual Cabin is just another notch on the belt of the much-debated Friday The 13th entry.
Friday the 13th: The Game is now available on PS4, Xbox One and Steam.
Images: Gun and Illfonics Media, New Line Cinema
Source: Bloody Disgusting