Over 40 Screens From The Latest ‘The Evil Within’ Trailer

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Earlier today, we were gifted with a brand new trailer for The Evil Within, comprised entirely of in-game footage. Some of it was familiar, but there was plenty that wasn’t. If you were paying close attention, you undoubtedly noticed a few unfamiliar faces scattered about the blood, pain and dismemberment. If you didn’t, I have you covered.

I’ve gone through the whole thing, screen-grabbing every bloody morsel so you can stare at it to your heart’s content. Get real familiar with this upcoming game after the jump.

But first, here’s the trailer, in case you missed it.

The Evil Within releases on August 26th for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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  • MaryMaria

    Cool stuff! The baddie in the screenshot, 5th from the end, with the barbed wire wrapped around their twisted face is awesome and super freaky, and that crawling spider-woman monster still creeps me the hell out. Watching the trailer, though, and now seeing him in the screenshots, I’m not so sure about the dude in the white hood, though… I think he seems kind of lame. Maybe he’ll be more badass when playing through the game, though, who knows, but I’m reminded of Devil May Cry in a bad way. We’ll see.

    • NINTR

      I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought that upon seeing that particular character. Everything else looks really good, and I don’t think one not-so-scary looking enemy is enough to deter me from buying it, I just hope he does something that is truly terrifying. I mean, Andy, Danny and Brenda St. John weren’t scary in looks, but they haunted my nightmares for quite a long time. (The Walking Dead Game reference, for those who don’t know!) @_@

  • aphroditeboy

    The content of this game looks almost like a compilation of every survival-horror title that has come before it. That’s not a bad thing – I mean, if it takes the best parts of every horror game from the past decade or so it could be amazing, but if it fails to tie everything together effectively, it may just come out like some Frankenstein monster stitched together with parts of Saw, Resident Evil, Siren, Silent Hill, Ju-On, and other vaguely horror-themed titles such as killer7. I’m rooting for it, but it just seems to lack a lot of context so far.

  • c-s-a78

    here we have Hollywood running out of ideas for horror movies!well why not make this into a movie! it looks very scary and would look good on the big screen!!!