Outlast 2 Has An Official Release Date Set for April – More Info on the Outlast Trinity

If you’ve been holding your breath waiting for word on the release of Red Barrels’ latest horror adventure, you’re in luck… or not so lucky, depending on how you feel about it. Outlast 2 has been officially given a release date, and it’s much closer than you think. Coming on April 25th, fans of the original nightmare title can sink their teeth into the latest terrifying installment of the series, whether they choose to buy the game digitally or physically for PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC. The announcement for the game’s official release was posted on Twitter and Facebook this morning, and you can see the Twitter announcement here:

If you haven’t had a chance to play the original title, or its DLC prequel Whistleblower, don’t worry. Also coming out on April 25th, you can pick up Outlast Trinity, for a chance to play all three games on one disc. This collection is a great way to marathon through the grotesque and horrifying stories within this collection… that is, if you’re willing to give up sleep for a few days.

Outlast 2

For those who are familiar to the previous title’s freakish nature, and are looking forward to continuing the adventure, make sure you get a sneak peek of the spine-chilling soundtrack that will be playing in the background as you attempt to avoid certain death. Just listening to a few seconds of the main title track is enough to set you on edge. Now, utilize your experience from the first game to imagine having to got through the horror all over again, and… well, you know you’ll be sleeping with the lights on for a few days.

So exactly how excited are you to finally get a set release date for Outlast 2? Have you played the previous Outlast game for yourself? Share your thoughts in the comments below or hop on over to our Don’t Feed The Gamers Disqus to join in on the conversation there! Also, don’t forget to follow our Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7. As always … game on, friends!


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