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Submitted by john2 727d ago | news

Survival Horror Game From ex-Ubisoft Developers 'Outlast' To Be Showcased At PAX East

DSOGaming writes: "It’s been a while since our last check on Outlast, a survival horror game from ex-Ubisoft developers. Well, good news everyone as Thwacke and Red Barrels announced a partnership through which Thwacke is contributing real-world data on mental illness and how humans experience terror to create an authentic survival-horror experience in Outlast, set in the Mount Massive Insane Asylum. Sounds interesting, right? Well, it does but what got us excited was the fact that the game will be showcased at this year’s PAX East." (Outlast, PC)

ab5olut10n  +   726d ago
"real-world data on mental illness"

i'd like to know exactly what data they're mining for this.
Adolph Fitler  +   726d ago
Maybe there asking mental patients how they view the real world....that would make for an interesting game. Make The Shining look like a f%#king Disney movie.
r21  +   726d ago
Cant wait, always looking forward to new titles. Especially horror ones, we need more of those.
WeskerChildReborned  +   726d ago
It looked good, can't wait to see it.

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