Warner Bros and Red Barrels today announced a worldwide distribution agreement for Outlast Trinity, a physical bundle that packages the upcoming Outlast 2 with Outlast and Outlast Whistleblower downloadable content. Outlast Trinity will be available on April 25th, the same day Outlast 2 launches on digital platforms worldwide.
Kevin Kebodeaux, Senior Vice President, Sales, Americas, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, said:
“Red Barrels has made a name for itself in the survival horror genre with the original Outlast game. We look forward to working closely with this great group of developers to bring Outlast Trinity to gamers around the world.”
Co-Founder Philippe Morin, Red Barrels, added:
“We’ve been lucky to have such an amazing fan base, and none of this would have been possible without their support. 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 described as a twisted new journey into the depths of the human mind and its dark secrets. Players take the role of Blake Langermann, a cameraman working with his wife Lynn who must take risks and dig deep to uncover the stories no one else will dare touch.
As the two follow a trail of clues that started with the seemingly impossible murder of a pregnant woman known only as Jane Doe, the investigation leads them miles into the Arizona desert to a darkness so deep that no one could shed light upon it, and a corruption so profound that going mad may be the only sane thing to do.
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