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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1003d ago | interview

Interview: Red Barrels Designer Philippe Morin On Crafting First-Person Horror In 'Outlast'

MTV Multiplayer - Let's talk a little about horror--particularly first-person horror.

Outlast is the first project from Red Barrels, the Montreal-based studio made up of Ubisoft vets. The trailer for the game made its debut last week via a teaser trailer, and today, they'll be releasing a full trailer for the survival horror project set inside of a very haunted asylum. I spoke with designer Philippe Morin, who's credits include Assassin's Creed, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, and Uncharted: Drake's Fortune about the genesis of Outlast and getting survival horror right in an era where most games in the genre have traded in frantic gun battles for sustained scares. (Outlast, PC, Philippe Morin, Red Barrels)

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