A new Outlast 2 patch has “balanced” the game, according to developer Red Barrels. Above all else, the patch’s primary focus seems to fix the Normal difficulty. “Today’s patch introduces some minor adjustments to the game’s difficulty in key areas and

Need help finding Outlast 2‘s videos and files? Stevivor has you covered. We present each file to you by category, alongside its location. Genesis | Job | Lamentations | Judges | Leviticus | Revelations | Video Genesis File 01: The Jane Doe

Still on the fence about Outlast 2? Not sure if developer Red Barrels’ lightning can strike twice, delivering a truly horrific experience? We’ve got you covered with the game’s first ten minutes. It’s all spoiler territory from here — you’ve been

A revised listing on EB Games Australia’s website suggests that Outlast Trinity will be delayed on Xbox One here in the country. The game, expected for 26 April, is now listed for 5 May on Xbox One. The game’s PS4 release has

Developer Red Barrels has said an Alpha version of Outlast 2 led to its first refusal of classification by the Australian Classification Board. “The original submission of Outlast 2 sent to the Australian Classification Branch contained the final game code

Update: The Australian Classification Board has confirmed with Kotaku that the Outlast 2 now classified as R18+ is a modified version of the game. This contradicts a statement by developer Red Barrels that said “only one version” of the game will be available

Liberal Democrat leader David Leyonhjelm has used his Senate time to discuss his objections to Outlast 2 being refused classification in Australia. Outlast 2 was refused classification last week due to implied sexual violence. “Take, for example, the ban on the sale

An implied rape scene in Outlast 2 has led to the Australian Classification Board (ACB) refusing classification for the title. The “depiction of implied sexual violence” means Outlast 2 “therefore cannot be accommodated within the R18+ classification category and the game is therefore Refused

Outlast II will release in April, developer Red Barrels today confirmed. The horror title will be sold individually for $30 USD, or as part of a collection called Outlast Trinity. The latter bundles Outlast, Outlast: Whistleblower and Outlast II and will only be available as a physical

Microsoft has today detailed the freebies heading to Xbox Live Gold subscribers next month. Here’s what’s on offer: Xbox One Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition — 1-31 December Outlast — 16 December to 15 January 2017 Xbox 360 (also backwards compatible

Updated story: Red Barrels has confirmed that the Outlast 2 demo will be available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 for a limited time. You can grab the demo until 2 November on PS4 here, Xbox One here and Windows PC here.

Developer Red Barrels has taken to the Outlast II Facebook page to confirm that the game has been delayed into the first quarter of 2017. “Our mission as an indie studio is to deliver to you the best, most terrifying, most fulfilling

Outlast II finally has its first gameplay video available for you to watch. You can check out a creepy cornfield chase below: What do you think: is this as atmospheric as the original? Outlast II is planned for Windows PC, Xbox

Red Barrels today announced Outlast II, the next installment in the horrifying series. The game will feature an all-new setting and cast of characters. “No conflict is ever black and white,” Red Barrels said of the game. “But once the dust has

Red Barrels has announced on Twitter that Outlast’s first DLC — “Whistleblower” — will be available to download from the PlayStation Store for PS4 6 May in North America and 7 May in Europe. The European date presumably applies to Australia