A job listing has seemingly outed a sequel to Tango Gameworks’ survival horror title The Evil Within. The listing, for QA and translation for Psycho Break 2 — the Japanese title for the The Evil Within franchise — was recently spotted

The final piece of DLC for The Evil Within, “The Executioner” takes the game out with a whimper rather than a bang. Unlike the game’s other two pieces of DLC, “The Executioner” places you in the shoes of The Keeper,

The latest The Evil Within expansion “The Executioner” gets another official trailer today, which you can check out below in all of its first person glory: https://youtu.be/zVRXh–9mME” align=”center” maxwidth=”800 Is it just me or do these The Evil Within expansion

“The Executioner” is the third downloadable expansion for The Evil Within, and it has been given a release date, 26 May. You can check out the teaser below: https://youtu.be/nXBGxzwv0ZY” align=”center” maxwidth=”800 Quick and gory, but you get the idea and

Bethesda is sneaky, much like The Evil Within‘s new “Consequence” DLC. Out today, here’s a little taste of what to expect from the content: We reviewed the first half of this content, “The Assignment”, here.

Bethesda announced today that part two of Juli Kidman’s story will be available 21 April on PC and Xbox and 22 April on PlayStation. The DLC continues on from where players left Kidman at the end of The Evil Within’s first

“The Assignment” is to The Evil Within as “Separate Ways” was to Resident Evil 4. The latter was a mode added to the PS2 port of the original GameCube RE4, revolving around a strong, female hero and featuring a fleshed-out

Bethesda has been on Twitch streaming gameplay footage for the first expansion for The Evil Within, “The Assignment”. You can check out the stream archive here: “The Assignment” is the first of three planned expansions for The Evil Within, and

Bethesda has announced today that “The Assignment”, the first DLC for Shinji Mikami’s survival horror romp The Evil Within, will be available 10 March for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC, and 11 March for PS4 and PS3. You can

The February PlayStation Store sale is now live in Europe and Australia and there are some big savings on some big games. The deal of the week is Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition for $54.95 AUD which is 58% off. Other big games on sale

Tango Gameworks and Bethesda announced in December that Resident Evil’s The Evil Within’s first piece of DLC would launch in early 2015. Bethesda has now said we should know more about the DLC “soon.” Impatient fan Brandon Heurich on Twitter asked Bethesda for

It’s the first podcast of the new year, and as such, the boys have brought their collective A-game. For the most part. Ben, Tano, Leo, Shane and Steve get straight into the news — mostly Windows 10 and disappointing games

Bethesda today confirmed that The Evil Within‘s first piece of DLC, “The Assignment” will debut in early 2015. The DLC will focus on supporting character Kidman. Her entire story will run over two pieces of DLC, with the second, “The

The Evil Within‘s Gore mode, said to bring the censored Japanese version of the game to the level of its western release, isn’t quite doing what it promised. Famitsu brought the matter to light, and you can verify it for

Shinji Mikami, the man behind Resident Evil (well, the good ones, anyway) and the recently-released The Evil Within, told The Guardian just how he’d prefer to portray women in games. Before you jump to conclusions, the guy’s got his head and heart in the

The Evil Within has a weird, headless quirk that may affect those playing in God mode. You can check it out below, thanks to YouTuber GamebillStudio https://youtu.be/k0TSp7uU–g Bethesda has confirmed the occurrence only takes place during God mode on Windows