The Evil Within: Season Pass includes:
Play two story-driven add-ons as Juli Kidman, Sebastian's mysterious partner
Encounter unthinkable enemies and new areas that reveal hidden motives and harrowing evil
A third add-on puts you in control of The Keeper (aka Boxman) in a fun collection of mission-based maps
Developed by Shinji Mikami -- creator of the Resident Evil series -- and the talented team at Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within embodies the meaning of pure survival horror. Experience a disturbing reality as you try to break free from warped machinations that could only exist in the most horrifying worlds. Face twisted creatures and experience true terror, all heightened by cutting edge lighting and animation made possible by a customized version of the id Tech 5 engine.
While investigating the scene of a gruesome mass murder, Detective Sebastian Castellanos and his partners encounter a mysterious and powerful force. After seeing the slaughter of fellow officers, Sebastian is ambushed and knocked unconscious. When he awakens, he finds himself in a deranged world where hideous creatures wander among the dead.
Facing unimaginable terror, and fighting for survival, Sebastian embarks on a frightening journey to unravel what’s behind this evil force.
© 2014 ZeniMax Media Inc. All Rights Reserved. *The Evil Within base game required; sold separately. Requires internet connection and applicable platform account. Content anticipated to be available in 2015. Content in the Season Pass may be sold separately; any actual savings from Season Pass may vary. Season Pass and DLC content may not be available in all territories. Pricing and release dates may vary by territory and/or platform.
The Evil Within is one of the most innovative survival horrors I've experienced in last couple of years and it really shows you how does it feel to be miserable and sense the true fear at the same time in your bones! The DLC contents provided in the season pass are really worth the full price tag because they offer such a great, distinct and new experience beside the events of the main game, where you play as a new character in first 2 parts and it also adds a new game mode to challenge yourself more and allows you to delve deeper in the dark and horrifying world of the game. I absolutely recommend The Evil Within: Season Pass for all owners of the game and it's a MUST have because of the new gameplay, new stories and also answers to some of the questions which left in the main game shady. If you buy it even in full price I guarantee that you will not regret a bit!
As mentioned above, there are 3 DLC in this season pass. If you have experienced The Evil Within already, you must buy this season pass, because the first two dlcs describe more details about original game story (I'm sure you don't find out a lot about Sebastian story). Also, in this Season Pass you can control two new character which one of them brings a new experience from The Evil Within. Using this season pass, you can uncover the terrifying story behind the original game.
I didn't enjoy The Evil Within much since I was expecting something brand new in the genre of survival horror. I missed a lot of things in the game, and I was very disappointed. I wasn't sure about giving the DLC a chance since I already spent a lot of time in a game that I didn't like much, but I was wrong. The whole DLCs for The Evil Within actually makes The Evil Within a better game, or at least, a more focused one. If you hated as much as I did the stealth parts of The Evil Within you will be surprised how well polished the new mechanics are regarding that matter. If you needed way more answers to your questions at the ending of The Evil Within, this DLCs will give you lots of them -even though it is far from a closed plot. What I'm trying to say is that, if you liked The Evil Within, this season pass is totally worth it.
The Executioner is the casual fun/minigame DLC part: first person bloody combat. There's not much elaboration or story, you need to get "medals" to improve and get new weapons, but smashing people with the hammer and the finishers may fill you with glee. There's not a lot to see here, that's why it's shortness works in it's favor. The Julie Kidman DLC can be more scary than the main game itself, since you're unarmed the 80% of the time. With almost no combat, having to rely on hiding and quick thinking, and some gruesome moments, you could call it a third person amnesia the dark descent. There's some story details that help to understand the story better, but not better than reading a wikia :D
For only adding in 2 new story campaigns with a new character that are relatively short, $20 is a big asking price. The third piece of DLC is exactly as it sounds without the "fun". I would only pick this up if it was half off or less. With that being said though, the story content you get adds a lot of narrative to the main story and it even ties in to the main story. It shines a new light on some scenes I had problems with before. Catch this when it goes on sale.
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