If you’ve played the smash-hit title from 2014, there’s no shortage of such horror based atmospheres, spine-chilling scares, and even moments of urgency where one mistake can lead to an untimely death. Unlike the previous title, The Evil Within 2 seems to be a departure from what made the original game as unique as it was, and now improves upon the flak the game received for failing to let players make more choices due to its linear approach to gameplay.
During QuakeCon 2017, I was invited to an early access of the showroom floor. There I would get to see a glimpse of all of Bethesda’s upcoming titles that are on preview during the show. Machine Games’ upcoming follow-up to Wolfenstein: The New Order is set to hit shelves this October. The original title was seen as a massively accepted reboot for the classic franchise that kick-started the entirety of the first-person shooter genre.