The Evil Within 2 is set to arrive this fall with another dose of survival horror flair. Ahead of the game's launch, Bethesda is giving us a slow drip of trailers that offer a look at the horrors to come, and the latest is no slouch.
Titles "The Twisted, Deadly Photographer," the newest trailer for The Evil Within 2 dives into the mind of one of the human "monsters" that Sebastian will have to take on in the STEM world. From Bethesda:
Wretched creatures like Stefano Valentini, an artist with dark proclivities and unbounded imagination. You'll see examples of his work scattered throughout Union – from grisly photographs of his victims, to the "moment of death" tableaus he creates, capturing the last seconds of a person's life in a tangible, looping scene.
The Evil Within 2 is planned to arrive on the horrifically appropriate date of October 13 on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 for $60. For now, you can preorder the game ahead of release, or simply get caught up on the story of the game with our look at everything you need to know about The Evil Within 2.
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