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Outlast 2 Confirmed for April 25th Release; Triple Bundle Physical Release Announced

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Outlast 2 Confirmed for April 25th Release; Triple Bundle Physical Release Announced

Outlast 2, the long-awaited follow-up to Red Barrels’ 2013 debut horror title Outlast will launch on Xbox One, PS4 and PC April 25th in North America and April 28th in Europe, the developer has announced.

The sequel to Red Barrels’ breakout survival horror game of 2013, Outlast 2 follows the story of cameraman Blake Langermann who along with wife Lynn is investigating the seemingly impossible murder of a pregnant woman known only as Jane Doe. A trail of clues leads the pair into the darkness of the Arizona desert where unforeseen horrors and corruption await them.

Additionally, the developer has also announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for a release of all 3 Outlast titles at retail, a package that bundles Outlast, its DLC Whistleblower and Outlast 2 together. Outlast Trinity will be available at retail on the same day as the digital release of Outlast 2.

Red Barrels has made a name for itself in the survival horror genre with the original Outlast game,” said Kevin Kebodeaux, Senior Vice President, Sales, Americas, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. “We look forward to working closely with this great group of developers to bring Outlast Trinity to gamers around the world.”

We’ve been lucky to have such an amazing fan base, and none of this would have been possible without their support,” said Co-Founder Philippe Morin, Red Barrels. “Ever since we released Outlast in 2013, a physical version has been one of the top requests, so we’re obviously thrilled to finally give people the entire series in one bundle of terror.”

Outlast 2 is available April 25th for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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