Bethesda's The Evil Within 2 is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Shinji Mikami returns as the game’s producer and creative supervisor. A research study revealed that 4 million Brits are afraid of being without mobile signal.
Bethesda announced that The Evil Within 2, by Shinji Mikami and the team at Tango Gameworks, is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The Evil Within 2 was directed by game designer John Johanas and sees Mikami returning as the game’s producer and creative supervisor.
The Evil Within 2 soundtrack by Masatoshi Yanagi is available today on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon.
"With The Evil Within 2, we wanted to give fans a compelling reason to return to the STEM world, a hellscape no one willingly intends to revisit," said John Johanas, Game Director at Tango Gameworks. "For the sequel, we took a more open approach to encourage greater freedom of exploration and to allow players to pick and choose how they want to play. Players must truly prepare themselves in order to survive."
Detective Sebastian Castellanos returns for the sequel and must go back to "the nightmarish STEM world in a desperate search to save his daughter, Lily" says the press release. If that's not motivation, I'm a turnip. "Along the journey, Sebastian must confront new twisted creatures and sadistic villains while braving an atmosphere of true terror, heightened by cutting edge lighting and an eerie soundtrack. In a last attempt at redemption, the only way out is in" promises the press release.
As today happens to be Friday the 13th, I have some intriguing facts for you. Note that these are interesting regardless of which day it happens to be when you read them.
A research study has been conducted, looking into the fears and phobias in the UK in 2017. The research has revealed a clear generational shift when it comes to the rise of weird and wacky phobias.
There has been a sharp increase in irrational fears amongst the younger generation (18-24 year olds), including; the fear of having their photo taken and posted online, the fear of cheese and the fear of politicians. It goes so far to the point where 4 million Brits are afraid of being without mobile signal.
The top ten fastest rising unusual phobias include:
Nomophobia (fear of being without your mobile)
Scopophobia (fear of having your photo taken and posted online)
Coulrophobia (fear of clowns)
Pragmatophobia (fear of reality)
Editiovultaphobia (fear of Facebook)
Politicophobia (fear of politicians)
Pteronophobia (fear of being tickled)
Hypnophobia (fear of falling asleep)
Gamophobia (fear of marriage)
Porphyrophobia (fear of the colour purple)