"Outlast" 2 is a first person survival horror game that, like it's predecessor "Outlast", is a single-player campaign. Coming four years after the original "Outlast", "Outlast" 2 introduces you to new character Blake Langermann, a photo-journalist investigating a mysterious murder along with his wife.
"Outlast" followers eagerly awaiting the release of the game's upcoming sequel "Outlast" 2 lately had to absorb some disappointing news when developer Red Barrels confirmed the game can be delayed into early 2017. Stories indicate that "Outlast" 2's playable demo is not very lengthy (a little bit underneath 20 minutes in length for the average player), and features the identical level of gameplay that was just lately featured at the PAX East 2016 gaming convention.
As well as, the "Outlast 2" demo is out there for download on the PC (there is no such thing as a word but on whether or not or not the demo shall be launched for the Xbox One). The original "Outlast" was launched again in 2013 and quickly built up a dedicated following of fans. While the sequel will characterize a different protagonist and setting, "Outlast" 2 will nonetheless take place in the same universe as its predecessor. Essentially, if you already played "Outlast" 2 at PAX East, it seems like downloading the demo would not be priced your time (until you wish to play by way of the same demo section again), according to christiantoday.
There is nonetheless no information about what date the game will launch at. However, we'll update you when any news that comes up. Until then, stay tuned to Traveler's Today for more news and updates relating to the "Outlast" 2 Demo and other video games as well. "Outlast" 2 news reveals that while the upcoming game will take place in the same universe as Outlast, according to gamenguide. The gameplay will reveal new locations and characters that are equally horrifying. Keep an eye on Red Barrel for developer updates about the demo and full game.