Happy New Year! As we break out our new calendars, many sites are already waiting to get their hands on our 2014 games — The Elder Scrolls Online, The Evil Within, and Wolfenstein: The New Order.
We kick off with ESO, which was recently highlighted as one of the 10 most anticipated video games from CNN.
Hype continues to build on numerous other sites, including:
If you’re holding out for survival horror and old-school gunplay, there’s plenty of excitement for The Evil Within and Wolfenstein, too. More after the break…
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Nothing says the holidays like Boxman — so much so that we put him under the Christmas tree. Today we’re gifting more Boxman screenshots, as well as a previously unseen piece of concept art for The Evil Within.
After a long run of traveling from event to event, many of our statues have decided to retire to their home in our newly-renovated atrium. Visitors will now be greeted by our elaborate guarding system as soon as they walk through the doors.
Ok, they may not actually be guards but they sure look great in the atrium. View the album below to get a glimpse of the steps involved in placing the statues.
Recently Wikia announced the winners of our “Thinking Outside the Boxman” sweepstakes
for the The Evil Within. Based on the 3D model we provided (above), we got some pretty amazing entries.
Below are the Grand Prize winners randomly selected that will receive an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 graphics card and a The Evil Within poster signed by Shinji Mikami.
Additionally, this next group of entries received a signed poster as a runner-up prize.
While not everyone can win, we received plenty of other great submissions — including the entries below.
Thanks to everyone that submitted entries… some truly terrifying images!
Bethesda Underground recently visited Tango Gameworks
, developers of next year’s survival-horror game, The Evil Within. To celebrate the holiday, we put together a short video from their studio.
Look for more Bethesda Underground videos for The Evil Within in 2014.
With two days until Halloween, we put together some haunting links to check out as you finalize your costume and ready your candy bag.
Starting at Gamespot, there’s a special edition of Skyrim Mods featuring these spooktacular mods:
The scares don’t end with Skyrim. Recently, The Evil Within was featured in Yahoo’s 10 terrifying new horror games list, as well as Technology Tell’s own top 5 horror list.
Related, here’s a final reminder for Wikia’s ‘Thinking Outside of the Boxman’ Halloween Sweepstakes. By sharing your Evil Within-themed fan art or costume, you’ll have a chance to win an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 graphics card and a Shinji Mikami-signed poster. To participate, share your submission in the comments section here through 10/31 (read full sweepstakes rules).
Already entered, check out Chinduism’s spot-on Boxman costume below.
Much better than my effort.
As we near Halloween, we thought we’d share new screens and concept art from The Evil Within. We have a new concept piece and screenshot of the butcher shown in our recent gameplay video, as well as the first in-game screenshot Boxman.
For more Boxman, check out our 3D model we released as part of our “Thinking Outside of the Boxman” Halloween Sweepstakes with Wikia. If you missed the models, check them out after the break.
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In the spirit of Halloween, we have partnered with Wikia for a new sweepstakes centering around Tango Gameworks’ 2014 survival-horror game, The Evil Within.
Entry into the sweepstakes is simple. On Wikia’s blog post for the sweeps, share your The Evil Within-inspired Halloween costume or fan art. To get you started, the embed above features a web-friendly 3D model (uploaded on Sketchfab) of one of the game’s most iconic creatures, Boxman. Go crazy trying to recreate the look… or throw a box on your head.
Entries into the sweepstakes will give you a chance to win prizes like an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 graphics card and a The Evil Within poster signed by the father of survival horror, Shinji Mikami!
Looking for more inspiration? Check out official and fan-created contributions on TheEvilWithin.com, as well as the game’s Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr pages. Additionally, you can check out an additional 3D model of Boxman below.
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The sweepstakes runs between today and the most hallowed of evenings (October 31st). For official sweepstakes rules, visit Wikia.com.
Following the EuroGamer Expo livestream from yesterday, today we have released an extended gameplay video for The Evil Within
. Developed by Shinji Mikami and the talented team at Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within embodies the meaning of pure survival horror.
Detective Sebastien Castellanos and his partners are called in to investigate a gruesome mass murder. After witnessing a mysterious force slaughter his fellow officers, Sebastian is ambushed and knocked unconscious. When the video opens, he finds his world has been turned upside down. Facing unimaginable terror and fighting for survival in a world where hideous creatures wander among the dead, Sebastian embarks on a frightening journey to unravel who or what is behind this unimaginable evil.
The Evil Within is in development for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC and is slated for release in 2014. For more details on The Evil Within visit: TheEvilWithin.com.
As indicated from our new trailer for The Evil Within, Tokyo Game Show is going on this week. From the show we’re already seeing great reactions to both The Evil Within and Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Starting with the latter, Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft shares the following after playing The New Order…
“During the demo I played, Wolfenstein: New Order didn’t seem to be out to reinvent the wheel. That’s not what the game wants to do, and bless the game’s developers for keeping things familiar enough and at the same time pushing forward with smart game design and fun play.
Meanwhile, The Evil Within’s hourly presentations have already received high praise from the likes of IGN and Kotaku. You can check out the previews, but we also want to remind you that you can watch the demo next week on September 26th — live from this year’s EuroGamer Expo!
We’ll keep you posted on new TGS coverage as they get posted. In the meantime, here’s more web highlights to check out.
Finally, if you’re craving new live-action community videos for The Elder Scrolls, look no further than Dragonborn – Act 1 from Yong Yea. Embed provided below.