Posted Sun Feb 28, 2016 at 10:34 AM PST by Connor Sears
Campo Santo, the studio that put out park ranger simulator 'Firewatch' early this month, has released two full-resolution jpegs of the national park map featured in the game.
Noting that a few in the community had asked for IRL versions of the game map, the Campo Santo blog published two versions of the image, one with clean lines ready for marking up and one with dirt and wrinkle textures added for those who want a small touch of realism.
Campo Santo suggested that these printable maps can be used to create a kind of informal co-op, with one player controling the main character and the other serving as a navigator and note taker. Whether or not you're itching to bring on a Player 2 in your quest to stop rambunctious teens from playing music too loud, you can find the two image files here.
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