The Latest Evil Within 2 Gameplay Trailer Showcases Sebastian in Action (VIDEO)
Bethesda’s E3 conference this year had plenty of announcements to please fans of its most popular franchises, but perhaps one of the biggest reveals was the annoucement of The Evil Within 2. Fans of the first game most likely expected a sequel to be in the works, but had no idea one was actually in development or would release this year, no less. Now, we are getting a better glimpse at the return to STEM and the various types of strategies Sebastian can employ in a new The Evil Within 2 gameplay trailer. Check it out below:
The new “Survive” trailer has been uploaded to the official PlayStation YouTube channel. It begins by putting us in the mind of Sebastian Castellanos as he remembers his past and long lost daughter, who he now has an opportunity to rescue by returning to the STEM world from the first game. The video shows the various types of monsters that Sebastian will have to face this time, but it seems that they are a smaller challenge in comparison to the ones he must face within himself.
The gameplay system in this sequel will cater to players of all tastes, including those that prefer to stealthily eliminate opponents one by one, as well as those who prefer to enter a situation head on with reckless abandon. Those familiar with Shinji Mikami’s work can still expect a reliance on resource gathering to employ these strategies and are sure to find a world filled with horrors – both outside of Sebastian’s mind and within. What do you guys think about this new The Evil Within 2 gameplay trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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