The "Virtual Cabin" Explained For 'Friday The 13th: The Game'

The “Virtual Cabin” Explained For ‘Friday The 13th: The Game’

Posted by September 24, 2017 Comment

If you’ve been playing Friday The 13th: The Game, you’re probably aware of the Virtual Cabin where you basically have a museum of your achievements with a bunch of mini-games and other displays to enhance the experience. Well, the cabin is getting a makeover and IllFonic have posted a short message to let you know what the new cabin will have in store. The new cabin will be accessible via every platform, and not just the Kickstarter backers who received the original cabin (which they get to keep), along with some new additions that will hopefully please Friday The 13th fans as they constantly add new content to the game.

We redid the entire layout of the VC, made it bigger, with more puzzles, easter eggs and props from both the films and the game. VC 2.0 still has an F13 museum aspect to it, but there’s something deeper, beneath the surface if you wish to dig around. We liken this experience to a certain crazy good/fun horror demo that got canceled. However we’re doing our own thing, wrapped in Friday the 13th, and we think it’s pretty cool. The whole experience is in 1st person and has some jump scares that you twisted people love so much.

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(Last Updated September 25, 2017 6:59 am )

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