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The Evil Within 2 Receives First-Person Mode in New Update

Tango Gameworks and Bethesda Softworks released their Terror game sequel The Evil Within 2 on PC, PS4, along with Xbox One last October. The game received great reviews, because it improved on the  original in many ways. While the game generally plays outside from third-person, a first-person mode has been added into this game as part of a brand new upgrade.

This gives the game a ton of replayability, as something such as another perspective can radically change any given situation feels in-game. The option can be toggled off and on at any moment via an in-game menu, so players may choose to use both viewpoints they think they’ll be the most impactful.

Considering how popular first-person horror games such as Outlast II and Resident Evil VII really are, I’m amazed  that the developers added the first-person view to the game to appeal to a broader niche of horror game lovers.   Shinsaku Ohara, Producer at Tango Gameworks, commented on adding a first-person style to The Evil Within 2:

“a great deal of players like playing with horror games from first-person, therefore for people who want to observe a number of their game’s situations through the eyes of Sebastian, it is a really neat experience.   I think exploring Union in first-person makes the scale sense bigger than it does when you are in third-person. Additionally, being able to see our surroundings and enemies enables players to get a much better look. ”

You may have a look at a brand new video showcasing the game’s first-person mode below. The Evil Within 2 is currently accessible on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you would like to see DualShockers’ ideas on this game, you can check out our review.  

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