The makers of Friday the 13th: The Game have rolled out some new content for its standalone Virtual Cabin — a PC-exclusive interactive developer diary that can be purchased here for $15 — which now features a room dedicated to the camp counselors, so we can all remember what they looked like before Jason got to them. I imagine these helpless teen stereotypes will want to steer clear of the Jason Voorhees exhibit that was added last month by the previous update.
“This time we’ve got the counselor models on display with a bevy of new easter eggs and hidden features,” explains a post on the game’s Steam page that announced the update. “This is something our team is doing in our free time, but it’s totally getting the love and attention it deserves, as you’re seeing art/assets and animations from the main game!”
Friday the 13th: The Game releases this October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Minimum recommended specs:
Windows 7, 8, 10
2.0 GHz Dual-Core 64-bit CPU
DirectX 11 Compatible GPU with 2GB Video RAM
3GB Hard Disk Space