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Outlast II

Rating Summary

Based on 116 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

60%

Critics Recommend

Based on 116 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Apr 25, 2017
Xbox OneApr 25, 2017
PCApr 25, 2017
Nintendo SwitchMar 27, 2018

Publisher: Red Barrels

Genres: Horror, First-Person Shooter

Outlast 2 is the sequel to the acclaimed survival horror game Outlast. Set in the same universe as the first game, but with different characters and a different setting, Outlast 2 is a twisted new journey into the depths of the human mind and its dark secrets. No conflict is ever black and white. But once the dust has settled, the victors get to decide who was right and who was wrong. Who is good and who is evil. Human nature pushes us to extremes of violence and depravity, which we then justify by divine inspiration and a promise of paradise to come. Horror rises from desperation and blind faith. OUTLAST 2 will test your faith, pushing players to a place where going mad is the only sane thing to do.

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Stealth and pursuit haven't changed much in Outlast 2, but it excels as a beautiful, brutal journey through extreme spiritual anxieties.

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IGN

8.3 / 10.0
IGN

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.

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

A wobbly first-person horror whose moments of splendid unease are spoiled by clunky stealth, casual misogyny and warmed-over scares.

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Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
6 / 10
Metro GameCentral

One of the scariest video games ever made, or at least it is for the first few hours – before it succumbs to wearying repetition and frustratingly unfair set pieces.

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