news\ Apr 5, 2016 at 6:45 am

Outlast 2 teaser video cites April 22nd info reveal

Audio message played in reverse

Outlast is probably the scariest game in recent memory. So, of course with Outlast 2 scheduled to release this fall, Red Barrels is teasing a reveal for April 22nd.

In a new video posted via their official channel, a haunting message is played in reverse. Now, we obviously we can't understand this message, but when you flip it around it reads as follows

“Children, you lovers of God and defenders of his paradise. All of our years of suffering come together now in this glorious day of peace. PEACE! Even in the corrupt and filthy tug(?) of the Romans in the Puritan city. On the fourth month and 22nd day of the sixteenth year of the third millennium, our reckoning begins. This spider-eyed land waits at the harlots breach, hungry for this world. Ready or not. For the good earth thirsts for blood and we, lively angels, must show no mercy. God loves you.”

As you can tell from passage, the date listed is April 22nd, 2016. The game is slotted to release in fall as mentioned, so this is probably going to be a new trailer. The video is titled Jude 1:14-15, which is a bible verse. This verse gives us a good idea on the focus of the game, as it states that “See, the Lord is coming with thousands upon thousands of his holy ones  to judge everyone, and to convict all of them of all the ungodly acts they have committed in their ungodliness, and of all the defiant words ungodly sinners have spoken against him.”

I'm not sure about you guys, but I thought Outlast was scary AF and can only imagine how twisted Outlast 2 is going to be. We've yet to see any gameplay so far, so hopefully April 22nd will lead to more and we'll keep you updated. What do you guys think? Scared yet?

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