The Evil Within 2 Gets A Free First Person Update


As an added bonus, the first-person update also applies to the free trial version of The Evil Within 2.

In addition to releasing this new trailer, Bethesda posted an interview on their website, discussing the process of creating a first-person mode with Producer Shinsaku Ohara. With the update, you'll be able to play the entirety of The Evil Within 2 via first-person by flipping a switch in the options. It's why you probably won't see something like a third-person mode in Resident Evil 7, for example, as so numerous scares and design choices revolve around its one viewpoint.

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Some savvy users figured out a way to activate this mode outside of its intended area, and the reaction to it was pretty positive, so we said, "What the heck".

The Evil Within 2 was released last Fall on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Now, the companies are looking to immerse fans into the game's frightening world even more than before by adding a brand new first-person gameplay mode, which is available now.

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Get closer to the nightmare than ever before in The Evil Within 2. The ability to play in the first-person perspective. "But we made sure the game's an enjoyable experience and hopefully people will enjoy playing in this mode". Some scenes just didn't work, so it jumps back and forth a bit to third-person in certain instances.

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