Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 Review Roundup : Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

In 2013, a little game by the name of Outlast hit the PC and redefined survival horror. It shifted the genre so much that survival horror veterans such as Resident Evil and even at one point Silent Hill took inspiration from it and other games of its kind. Instead of getting you very few weapons or little ammo, Outlast gave you nothing at all. While it wasn’t the first game to ever do this, it certainly did it the best.

Outlast 2 is a lot more of the same, for some that could be exactly what they want. For others, that may not be enough to justify the price of admission on this haunted house ride. The embargo just lifted for Outlast 2 and the reviews are in. Some reviewers are head over heels with the game’s story and themes while some couldn’t get past the lack of innovation and the clunkiness that lies within. Below you’ll find a handful of reviews on both ends of the spectrum.

Polygon

Outlast 2 may be the single most qualified recommendation I’ve given in my history of writing reviews, and not just because of its occasionally stilted design. This is a game that often left me feeling like complete trash. It brought up some of the most difficult memories in my life, issues I had buried long ago. My reactions to that anguish have run the gamut, but more than anything, I respect that Outlast 2 has the singular focus and intensity to dredge up those emotions; that alone made it worth the time spent for me.

IGN

“Not for the faint of heart, Outlast 2’s relentless scares, unforgiving monsters, and provocative meditations on faith are an anxiety-inducing but cathartic horror experience. While it suffers from a couple of pacing problems and some finicky navigation issues, its careful – and sadistic – manipulation of my fight-or-flight reflex had me experiencing an overwhelming sense of dread throughout, which abated only once the credits were rolling. The ending, however, stayed with me for days.”

“Outlast 2 is a terrifying sequel that builds upon the scares of the 2013 original. Even if its ambitious themes don’t always land and navigating through its world can be frustratingly inconsistent, there’s more wicked creativity at play here than I’ve seen in a horror game in a long time. Play it loud, in the dark.”

GameSpot

In truth, Outlast’s “no weapons” formula worked better as a shorter experience. Stretched over twice the length of the original game, Outlast 2’s gameplay starts to wear thin, especially since too many of its scripted chases funnel you down preset paths. At the same time, however, I admire its purity, and to an extent, I’m willing to accept its shortcomings for the sake of true survival horror. The campaign is scary from start to finish and delivers on its promise of unrelenting terror in part because it never allows you to fight back. The atmosphere and sound design are expertly crafted, and Blake’s hallucinations elevate the game’s story above that of the first. It doesn’t do much to build on the original formula, but it unquestionably provides a more polished version of the same idea.

Think of it as a ride through a really amazing haunted house: you don’t have a ton of control and sometimes the ride breaks down for a moment or two, but it’s basically guaranteed to leave you scared out of your mind.

OutLast 2 Gameplay Screen Shots :

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

Outlast 2 System Requirements For PC

  • CPU: Core i3-530. CPU: Intel Core i5.
  • RAM: RAM: 8 GB RAM.
  • GPU: 1GB VRAM, NVIDIA Geforce GTX 260 / ATI Radeon HD 4870. GPU: 1.5GB VRAM, NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 / ATI Radeon HD 7850.
  • DX: Version 10. DX: Version 11.
  • OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, 64-bits. OS: …
  • Store: 30 GB available space. Store: …
  • Sound: DirectX Compatible. Sound:

Outlast 2 Review Roundup Ahead Of Big PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

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