The Evil Within 2 First-Person Mode Now Available as Free Update

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The Evil Within 2, the smash-hit sequel to The Evil Within from Tango Gameworks has received its first piece of add-on content. Since our review that scored The Evil Within 2 at a 9.5 out of 10, has now received its first free add-on via a free update for the game. A first-person mode, which takes the game’s presence as a horror title to all new heights for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners of the game.

As the games first add-on style content, the first-person mode is enabled by going to the options menu and enabling the first-person mode. This new mode can be enabled at any time and does not enable or disable trophies from being earned by switching back and forth. Additionally, Bethesda has announced that a free trial of The Evil Within 2 is now available on the three platforms for a limited time. Those who try out the free trial and decide to purchase the game will be able to carry their content over to the full version.

A lot of players like playing horror games in first-person, so for those who want to see some of the game’s situations through Sebastian’s eyes, it’s a really neat experience,” said Tango Gameworks’ producer, Shinsaku Ohara. “I think exploring Union in first-person makes the scale feel even bigger than it does when you’re in third-person. Also, being able to see our environments and enemies up close allows players to get an even better look at how much effort went into their designs.

 You can also check out the trailer for the first-person mode here due to its graphical nature.

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