The first gameplay trailer of The Outlast Trials

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Red Barrels, the Montreal-based independent development studio, unveiled the first gameplay reveal from The Outlast Trials during the Gamescom Opening Night Live 2021. A completely new version of the experience survival horror by Outlast, The Outlast Trials is a terrifying game set in the same universe as the previous titles for one or four players, whose output is scheduled for 2022.

Il gameplay di The Outlast Trials

Set in the height of the era of Cold War, players take on the role of people kidnapped by the dark Murkoff Corporation. Imprisoned in a secret Murkoff facility, players will face a series of physical and mental trials, tormented by iconic characters, and must survive while keeping their sanity intact.

“After years of development, we are thrilled to partner with Geoff Keighley and the Opening Night Live team to debut the first gameplay teaser trailer for our title,” he said. David Chateauneuf, co-founder and designer of Red Barrels. “This is a huge time for us and we are extremely proud to be able to give our fans and the community just a dark taste of what’s to come in the title, coming in 2022.”

The Red Barrels development team is hard at work for offer a completely new experience with The Outlast Trials, but with the taste of Outlast that fans know and love. The release of the title is now scheduled for 2022, to give the team more time to offer fans the best possible gaming experience. The title will be available on PC via Steam and Epic Games.

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