Red Barrels today revealed the first details for its upcoming DLC, Outlast: Whistleblower. The news comes alongside a Halloween promotion through which the original Outlast is on sale for 33 percent off, with the opportunity to receive the creepy soundtrack for free if the game is purchased directly from the Red Barrels website: http://redbarrelsgames.com/.
Outlast’s title is suggestive that you should come back to the game, and try to beat your previous play session. And that is quite a lot to ask of you, as you’ll be frequently wanting to stop, not sure of what’s behind the next door. Red Barrels, a new developer comprised of a “super group” of developers from Ubisoft, EA, THQ, and Microsoft have made one of the most visceral, immersive, and genuinely terrifying games that does everything it can to ensure you are never comfortable standing in one place for too long.
Independent game development studio Red Barrels announced today that its highly anticipated – and widely feared – survival horror game,Outlast, is now available for pre-order on Steam. Starting today through the PC launch on September 4, 2013, gamers who pre-order Outlast will receive a 20 percent discount off of the $19.99 price.
You can pre-purchase at the discounted price at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/238320/ for your copy of Outlast, and prepare for the harrowing hunt for the truth behind Mount Massive Asylum.
Outlast has received widespread critical acclaim from critics and fans alike since its October reveal and appearances this year at PAX East and E3. Red Barrels will also be showing a new hands-on demo at this year’s PAX Prime in Seattle, where Outlast will continue to test players’ limits by pushing the boundaries of survival horror.
Red Barrels announced today that its darkest brainchild, survival horror experience Outlast will be available on September 4, 2013 for digital download on Steam for $19.99. Outlast receivedgreat accolades and awards this past E3, even earning the honor of “Most Likely to Make you Faint.” White-knuckled attendees playing the game for the first time struggled to maintain composure (and consciousness) when faced with the frightening effects of Outlast’s immersive audio design and the shocking truth of what lies inside Mount Massive Asylum. Outlast will keep hearts pumping and palms sweating as players’ fiercest fears are awakened.
The industry veterans at the ten-person indie studio Red Barrels have created a game that traps players in the uncomfortable space between fear and intrigue. In Outlast,players will take on the role of Miles Upshur, a reporter investigating an anonymous tip that something is amiss at Mount Massive Asylum. Miles ventures blindly into the asylum where a bloody crime scene forebodes a gruesome story to unravel. Players will be in for a true derangement of the senses this September, where fainting may be the only way to escape.