[Trailer] The Onetti Brothers’ Throwback Giallo ‘Abrakadabra’ Will Premiere at Sitges
Meet the Powerful Trio in New Trailer for The CW’s Reboot of “Charmed”
[Video] This Scene Was Apparently Cut from ‘Assassination Nation’ for Being Too “NC-17”
[Video] Nine Inch Nails Just Performed ‘Lost Highway’ Track “The Perfect Drug” Live for the Very First Time
The map isn’t yet playable, but you can preview it RIGHT NOW.
Friday the 13th: The Game sure is finishing 2017 strong, just unleashing the year’s final update that brings Friday the 13th: Part 3 character Shelly Finkelstein and, most importantly, offline bots into the game. As of this week, you can play the game all by yourself, which is a huge treat for those who don’t care for multi-player, online gaming.
But that’s not all. The game also unleashed “Virtual Cabin 2.0” this week, an interactive museum/dev diary that teases all kinds of content that’s coming soon to the game.
What’s coming soon? For starters, Uber Jason and a Jason X “Grendel” map!
Loaded with Easter eggs and cut-scenes that recreate iconic moments from the film franchise (at one point, you get to stick a metal fence post into Part 6 Jason’s dead body and bring him back to life!), “Virtual Cabin 2.0” is a whole lot of fun… if you know what you’re doing. It’s essentially a puzzle-based experience that requires you to do certain things in order to advance and uncover new treasures; once you complete three separate phases of the Virtual Cabin, you’re invited aboard the Grendel for a little preview of the Jason X map.
But how do you get to that point? Well, it’ll take you about an hour to play through everything the Virtual Cabin has to offer, and you’ll find a detailed, step-by-step walkthrough over on the game’s Steam community. Print it out, as I did last night, and follow the instructions to get the most out of the Virtual Cabin experience!
And watch out for Uber Jason… he’s out there… waiting to strike…