To once again step through the barrier of reality and encounter the twisted and dark part of the human mind, the part the makes you feel itchy and uncomfortable when encountering something you know you should not be. This is the feeling the creators of The Evil Within 2 have worked so hard to achieve, to create an experience truly uncomfortable and yet compelling.
The game came out of nowhere at this years Bethesda E3 conference and took the audience on a fantastic journey with its outstanding trailer. The team at Tango Gameworks and the legendary Shinji Makami have once again delivered a game that is not only dark and twisted, but pretty and graphically brilliant.
With Friday the 13th looming and this being the month of Halloween it only seems right that we get the new instalment of The Evil Within. To celebrate the release coming Friday 13th October, Bethesda Softworks have released the launch trailer for the title.
The second DLC for survival horror game The Evil Within entitled 'The Consequence' is now available to download on Xbox One and Xbox 360. As the follow up to the first DLC 'The Assignment', The Consequence involves the player assuming the role of detective Juli Kidman in her journey to discover some of the mysteries in the original campaign. Season pass owners will get the The Consequence for free or it is available to purchase separately for those who didn't opt for a season pass for £6.99. If you're interested in buying the season pass, it's not too late as you can pick it up for £14.99 and get access to The Assignment, The Consequence and third unreleased DLC The Executioner. Have a look at the trailer for The Consequence below.
Horror nuts and terror enthusiasts can set a date for when they can expect to never sleep again. The Evil Within will be release in North America on August 26th and Europe will be getting it August 29th.
Being developed by Tango Gameworks and directed Shinji Mikami, one of the men responsible for the original Resident Evil, The Evil Within struck hard when it first splashed with its intensely petrifying trailer nearly a year ago as can be seen below. Tango Gameworks promise that The Evil Within will breathe fresh life into the 'true' survival horror genre. Players will assume the role of Detective Sebastian Castellanos and will have limited resources at their disposal to survive encounters with twisted creatures in immersive and horrific environments.