A trailer for The Evil Within has just been released, it looks amazing and nothing like Resident Evil 6, which is definitely a good thing. It was not a game I enjoyed and the same can be said for Resi 5.
The game, published by Bethesda and developed by Tango Gameworks, looks like a true horror title. It looks like a combination of Silent Hill and Resident Evil, complete with a Pyramid head-esque bad guy. So for those looking to get a scare, this may be right up your alley.
The trailer doesn’t reveal much, except that its 3rd person and looks like it will have a lot of content based on the numerous locations shown. I must admit that the graphics ranged from amazing to mediocre and it will be interesting to see what the final product looks like.
Have a look at the trailer and post your comments below.
The Evil Within will be available on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, and Windows PC from 29 August in Europe and 26 August in North America.
When Microsoft announced the details of the Xbox One, they said that although the Xbox One has weaker specs than the PS4, that the power of the cloud would help them to make up the difference.
I must admit, I wasn’t really sure what they meant by this and thought it was just some more marketing jargon. Then Drivatar was announced for Forza 5 and I thought, great, someone is making use of the Cloud, but it still didn’t really show me the “Power of the Cloud” as Microsoft put it.
Next up was Titanfall, which is an amazing game (see my review here), with AI powered by the cloud. Again, it was a pretty poor showing of what the cloud can do. I still wanted to see what the cloud could bring to the table in terms of Graphics and processing power.
Thankfully for me, Microsoft have now released this video, which expalins and demonstrates the power of the cloud. This video was made on a PC however and probably had a really, really good connection, but its the best representation of what the cloud can do.
Hopefully, we will see more of this in the future and it has demonstrated, well to me at least, that the power of the cloud might not be just some marketing jargon. Thoughts below please.