Barely dropping this morning, we get a fresh look at The Evil Within 2 with a new trailer that shows us a lot more evil. Every couple of weeks it seems Bethesda is dropping more hints about their upcoming horror thriller game, due out on October 13. This trailer gives us a fresh look at Stefano Valentini, an artistic protagonist who looks to be a much more puzzling challenge than the previous game. But don’t expect the gore to go away just because he’s a photographer. Here’s Bethesda’s description of their new killer below. Enjoy the trailer!
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.
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