Developer Illfonic is making good on their promise to expand on the nifty Virtual Cabin pre-order incentive for Friday the 13th: The Game that basically functions as a fully standalone developer diary, complete with rooms to explore, assets to interact with, and a radio that plays developer commentary and samples of the game’s soundtrack. You can get access to it right now for as little as $15, but it is currently only available on PC.
The first major content update rolled out recently, adding an entire museum dedicated to the many flavors of Jason Voorhees, including 3D models of the various wardrobe changes he’s experimented with during his decades-long career as a militant activist for teen abstinence.
“We’ve built this cabin using assets that will be in the game, from the free time of the development team without additional funding,” reads a post on the game’s Steam page. “This is a bit of a passion project to help us show you guys what we’re working on, give you access to the look and feel of the world we’re building and it will continually be updated and improved upon as we get closer to launch!”
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
Friday the 13th: The Game arrives this October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.