Outlast creator teases new game with cryptic artwork
Supposedly a ‘departure’ from the usual Outlast experienceOutlast 2 is going to be a part of the PlayStation Plus offerings for November and, right on cue, Red Barrels has begun teasing its next horror game. Today, the developer shared a piece of artwork depicting two dirty arms, one of which has a dog tag with a string of numbers and the initials “MK” – presumably a nod to the Murkoff Corporation – alongside the tagline “Where freedom ends.”
What does it all mean?
It’s worth jumping back to last year, when Red Barrels said its next project would be a “departure” – in other words, not a direct sequel to Outlast or Outlast 2 – yet still exist in the wider “Outlast universe.”
“If you’d told me a year ago that the project we’re currently working on was going to be our next thing, I would have said, ‘Nah, I don’t think so,'” Red Barrels co-founder Philippe Morin told GamesIndustry.biz at the time. “It’s an internal struggle. On the one side you have to stay motivated as a developer, but at the same time we have to think about stuff as company owners.” We’ll see if those plans have changed.
A proper announcement is “coming soon,” according to the studio. The teaser sure looks Outlast-y.
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