Prepare for Jason X in the Friday the 13th Game
Upcoming content revealed in the latest patch's Virtual Cabin 2.0.
By M.T. Bates
It looks like after less than a day of being live, Virtual Cabin 2.0 has been completed. For anyone who doesn’t know, the Virtual Cabin was a pre-game release bonus for players to wander around and solve puzzles that would show off content for the game. Yesterday's patch added an updated version of the cabin for all players with new puzzles to solve. Unsurprisingly, this has already been completed by some, sort of making it moot before most of the playerbase has even tried it.
The secret revealed is the future release of the Jason X Uber Jason model and Grendel ship as a playable map. Most fans were expecting this, so it is not that big of a surprise, but it is still nice to know it is finally confirmed. New content for this game is always nice, despite the developers having a hard time keeping dates and promises when it comes to release windows (yesterday’s patch delay for Steam and Xbox One are a prime example), but rest assured, fans will still look forward to this Jason X update.
From the game:
While waiting for another film to leave development hell, New Line Cinema greenlit a Jason film that would our killer into the far future and into outer-space. With a cameo death by David Cronenberg, a holographic double sleeping bag kill, and the infamous liquid nitrogen face smash, Jason X has some great highlights. In a brutal battle with the android KM-14 (It’s actually Kay-Em 14), Jason falls defeated into a nan-medbay that rebuilds the killer into a powerful cyborg with red eyes. Reborn, Uber Jason has monstrous strength and is impervious to bullets and roundhouses from androids. Uber Jason and the Grendel map will be “Coming Soon” to Friday the 13th: The Game.
You guys excited to play as the futuristic metallic monster, or would you rather the developers devote more time into fixing the game we have rather than giving us more content?
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