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The Evil Within 2





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The Evil Within 2





Detective Sebastian Castellanos hat alles verloren, auch seine geliebte Tochter Lily. Doch in der albtraumhaften Welt des STEM liegt der Schlüssel zu ihrer Rettung. Sein Verstand ist seine mächtigste Waffe gegen die lauernden Schrecken – und Erlösung ist nur tief im Inneren des STEM zu finden.

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Mit The Evil Within 2 erschafft Genre-Genie Shinji Mikami einen weiteren Meilenstein des Survival Horrors. Detective Sebastian Castellanos glaubt, alles verloren zu haben. Doch als er die Chance erhält, seine totgeglaubte Tochter zu retten, steigt er erneut in die albtraumhafte Welt des STEM, die mit grausamer Präzision seinen Verstand herausfordern wird. Stellen Sie sich ihr mit einem Arsenal aus Waffen und Fallen oder schleichen Sie durch die Schatten, um zu überleben.

Erlösung – Kehren Sie in den Albtraum zurück, um zu retten, was Sie verloren haben.

Grausame Welt – Wie weit Sie sich auch vorwagen, seien Sie stets auf alles vorbereitet.

Verstörende Gegner – Grässliche Kreaturen lauern Ihnen mit todbringender Gewalt auf.

Überleben ist alles – Sie können rennen, schleichen, sich verstecken oder dem Schrecken mit Fallen und begrenzter Munition begegnen.

Nervenzerreißender Horror – Beklemmende und verstörende Momente stellen Ihren Verstand und Ihre Nerven auf die Probe.

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Bethesda Softworks
Tango Gameworks
Freitag, 13. Oktober 2017
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Polish
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 / AMD FX-8320 or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB / AMD HD 7970 3GB or better
  • Storage: 40 GB available space
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 / AMD Ryzen 5 1600X or better
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB / AMD RX 480 8GB or better
  • Storage: 40 GB available space

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Do not let yourself be defeated by the past


Personally, I found the first Evil Within to be a first class game. The world immediately captivated me. So I naturally had huge expectations for its sequel. Some things have been improved, such as the upgrade system, there are no annoying stops when your character runs out of stamina. The controls are much more responsive this time around, everything is easy to handle, the impressive atmosphere is punctuated by a great soundtrack, which fits great with the game's theme and the game has an intriguing story that is cohesive to the very end. There are beautiful new designs for the normal enemies and bosses, though there are a bit too few bosses for my taste. The weapons also harmonize well. And technically I had no crashes and no noticeable bugs. The textures sometimes vary from good to mushy. But overall, you can't complain much. Finally, compared to its prequel, The Evil Within 2 is a bigger game that works well on release, with few to no patches required to fix it. The game's length is just right. Especially because there is a lot to collect and find, as well as a few side missions. A must buy for anyone looking for an unforgettable gameplay experience!

Improves on the first and has a great first half


The Evil Within 2 improves on the first game. It has a strong first half with better exploration, stealth, horror elements and use of STEM. A good first antagonist with a great time slow visual and gameplay mechanic. It starts to fall apart towards the end with cliche bad cutscenes moments, new antagonist who isn't interesting, annoying enemies, and obvious character deaths. Never really makes you care about your daughter or wife who start to have a larger role towards the end. Like the first game the camera is still terrible and the game forces your vision to places in a way that will often get you hit or killed during certain scenes and fights, though they have at least removed the letterbox screen mode.

A perfect sequel and amazing psychological horror game!


The Evil Within 2 is undoubtedly one of the best horror games of 2017 and it really managed to deliver almost everything the developers promised to the fans! Such a great story and amazing visuals along with intense and fascinating gameplay and also lots of challenges and collectibles in the game makes it a perfect choice for all fans of horror games. I really hope this time it become a GOTY and I really think it will :) I really can't recommend this game enough and if you played the first game and wanna delve more into Sebastian world and see if he can finally find redemption and save his beloved daughter, The Evil Within 2 is my best offer for you! and don't worry if you haven't played the first game since it's not really so much related to the first games story wise, and I fact it has it's own rich and amazing narrative which keeps you on the edge of your sits for hours! Prepare yourself for a true horror game!

Some improvements, some downfalls


To a degree, the sequel is way better than the original. Original was, more or less, hide-and-seek kind of game, incredibly buggy and with huge issues on launch. There are some engine hiccups here and there (because it is butchered idtech 5 engine, which itself is bad), but it is not as bad as in the first game (although that might be up to luch, just like Dishonroed 2). Graphics and sound are nice, but gameplay got some tweaks and it is better than the first in my opinion, mostly because instead of playing boring chase game (because resources were sparse, and shooting was meh), here shootouts are much better played out, mostly because of much bigger maps. Stealth is also better and not as tanky as in the first game. Also, it is not unbalanced and hard as the first game, so no more tearing your hair out in overall easy game, with some real frustration walls. The only thing bad here, really, are story, characters and backtracking. Story is meh and nothing original and character is cookie-cutter - you won't feel anything for him or anyone in this game, you will enjoy slaying or staying in shadows much more. Backtracking is bigger issue, because in games like this it is always a killer for pace of the game, but also lazy cup-out. Overall, sequel is better in almost every way. If you have additional -25%, go for it before it expires, if not, then wait for a sale, because in my opinion it is not worth rushing out, especially since there are other great games coming in upcoming days (unless you have spare money for it, then don't even think about it and just go get it).

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