The Evil Within 2 is suitably set for release on Friday, October 13, but ahead of its launch, Bethesda has released a new trailer that certainly sets the stage for, as Bethesda calls them, the "unspeakable horrors" to come.
The Evil Within 2 once again sets series protagonist Sebastian Castellanos on a path to confront the horrors of STEM. However, now Sebastian is on a mission to save his daughter Lily before she is lost in the STEM world. From Bethesda:
But it's not just the grotesque creatures that freely wander the streets of Union that Sebastian must face in his hunt to find Lily… STEM is a world that can be bent and broken to the will of a few particularly deranged individuals. And the real horror may be the human monsters trapped inside, with the twisted photographer Stefano and the 'righteous' priest Theodore both intent on warping the weakened system to their will.
If you're looking to add an extra dose of horror to your October, The Evil Within 2 will be available on October 13. For now, you can preorder The Evil Within 2 starting at $59.99. Also be sure to check out our hands-on preview of the game, in which we dove into the The Evil Within 2 for a taste of its horrors.
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