Latest The Evil Within 2 Gameplay Trailer is a Race Against Time

September 12, 2017 Written by Tyler Treese

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With The Evil Within 2‘s October 13 release quickly approaching, Bethesda is starting to show off more about the upcoming horror game. This time around its an action-packed trailer showing off protagonist Sebastian Castellanos’ combat skills. The new trailer, called “Race Against Time,” features a ton of action in the two minutes it last.

Check out the action-packed new trailer “Race Against Time” below:

Here’s the accompanying description of the video from Bethesda:

Time is not on your side in The Evil Within 2. As Sebastian Castellanos, you will face unimaginable terrors as you fight to find your daughter within the nightmare of STEM and get her out safely before the entire system crumbles around you. On top of the hideous creatures that roam the streets, you’ll also have to contend with the likes of Stefano and Theodore – twisted individuals who have made their horrific homes inside of STEM and are warping the weakened world to suit their wills. Should the world be completely destroyed, there won’t be any escape for Sebastian or Lily.

Want to see even more of The Evil Within 2? Check out the Photographer trailer to learn more about one of the game’s antagonists. Here’s a description of the new villain:

After losing his eye in an explosion during his time as a war photographer, Stefano rapidly descended into madness. His newfound “vision” drove him to become fascinated by the precise instant when death takes a person – that split second in time when people are, in his opinion, at their most open and most beautiful. Stefano returned home from the war with a newfound purpose. But he wouldn’t wait for these perfect moments to arise on their own. Why should he, when he could orchestrate those final breaths? One victim became two, and soon enough he had become a serial killer, photographing each of his victims’ faces at the exact moment of their demise.

The Evil Within 2 releases on Friday, October 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.