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Bethesda launches horrifying new The Evil Within 2 trailer

Launching this Friday, The Evil Within 2’s release trailer is loaded with some truly terrifying (and gross) imagery.

In The Evil Within 2, Sebastian Castellanos must once again confront unspeakable horrors within the nightmare born from the infamous STEM. This time, however, Sebastian’s mission is personal: He’s searching for his daughter Lily, who he thought he had lost many years ago, and it’s now a race against time as the world crumbles around him. Sebastian must rescue Lily before everything falls apart and they are both lost in STEM.

But it’s not just the grotesque creatures that freely wander the streets of Union that Sebastien must face in him 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.

Are you ready to return to the nightmare? Will you find Lily before Stefano and Theodore tear the world apart?Check out Bethesda.net for even more details and insights from the team at Tango Gameworks, and remember,the only way out…is in.

The Evil returns

Every time I see The Evil Within 2, I want to play the original. I guess that’s a good thing, since I never have tried the horror title. And I still want to play this sequel, even though I skipped the original.

Part of that is that I enjoy survival/horror, and part is that the graphics in TEW2 are pretty amazing. Sure the big monsters and such look great, but so do the regular old human models. Really terrific stuff here. If you’re a fan, let alone someone who’s never played a TEW title, I have to imagine it’d be tough to skip this one.

Hitting this Friday the 13th, The Evil Within 2 is set to release for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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