The Evil Within prequel series from Titan Comics is available in single issue at your local comic store.
Gross up your bobblehead colletion with GamingHead’s new bobblehead of The Evil Within’s most iconic adversary, The Keeper. Standing at a less-intimidating 6 inches tall, he will still be a formidable foe for your other collectibles — including Vault Boy. And he’s definitely endearing in a weird sort of way!
The Keeper bobblehead is available for $19.99 today on GamingHeads.com!
If you’ve already completed The Evil Within, you probably have a number of questions about the ending. If you haven’t finished yet – hurry up, as part 1 of the game’s three-part Season Pass , The Assignment, will release in early 2015. The Assignment is the first of two DLCs centering on Detective Castellanos’ mysterious partner, Juli Kidman.
In 2015, we will reveal more information on Part II of her story, The Consequence, as well as our final DLC featuring The Keeper. Stay tuned, and consider yourself teased with the short video above.
Dying for a little more information? This week we caught up with the game director for both The Assignment & The Consequence, Tango Gameworks’ John Johanas (a.k.a., The American)
Some of the main game’s biggest questions surround Juli Kidman? How do you balance answering some of those questions with keeping parts of the game’s story open-ended/mysterious?
That was a tough one! We approached the DLC from the perspective that, while Juli is enigmatic during the main game, there were additionally lots of other mysteries about the world and the characters that could be cleared up or hinted at by playing as her. She is a character who seems rather “aware” of her situation, after all.
Early on, we listed the things that we wanted to answer and ones we wanted to keep open and worked around that. We definitely leave some of the mysteries open, but I feel we shed a lot of light on the lore of Ruvik, STEM, and the characters while asking (and answering) a whole new set of questions regarding Juli and her mission. Continue reading full article ›
Update: The latest Steam Update (1.03) for The Evil Within is now live. It features minor bug fixes and performance enhancements, including:
- Performance optimizations on Higher end GPU systems
- Fix for “The Power of Three” achievement unlocking incorrectly after upgrading the same weapon three times
- Count-based achievement progress persists when loading earlier saves for some trophies.
Original Post: If you boot up The Evil Within tonight on your PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you’ll notice that a new title update for the game has been released. The 1 GB update covers minor bug fixes and optimizations.
Our fingers are crossed for Wolfenstein: The New Order and MachineGames, who are nominated for Best Shooter and Best Narrative at tonight’s The Game Awards in Las Vegas. Watch live tonight on Twitch, YouTube, or your gaming console. The show starts at 9 pm est.
Related, Wolfenstein, The Elder Scrolls Online, and The Evil Within are already getting end-of-year award attention elsewhere, including:
- Rock, Paper, Shotgun — Announced Wolfenstein as Best FPS for 2014!
- The New York Times — Placed Wolfenstein as one of 10 games to get in their Holiday Gift Guide.
- MMORPG — Vote for The Elder Scrolls Online in the site’s Great MMO Face-Off.
- VG247 — All three of our 2014 releases can be voted on for their 2014 Community Game of the Year.
While you watch the Game Awards, it’s worth noting that Wolfenstein is part of #TheGameAwards Steam sale. Save 67% on the game this weekend!
Get a glimpse at what incredible art you may have been missing around the internet. We’ve got some fun and intense illustrations and animations from DOOM, Fallout: New Vegas, and The Evil Within.
Send us some of yours with hash tag #BethesdArt or by sending us a formal email (just kidding, it can just be a normal email) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a wonderful weekend!
The perfect stocking stuffer — issue #3 of Titan Comics’ prequel series for The Evil Within is now available at your favorite comic book store. Check out our preview gallery for issues 1-3 in the imgur embed above.
- Learn how Rice University is teaching history with Skyrim
- Watch archives of Game Informer’s lengthy stream of The Evil Within
- Get impressions from Australia’s Games.On.Net for BATTLECRY
- The Sydney Morning Herald interviews Shinji Mikami
That’s all for now. Safe travels, everyone!
In our new sweepstakes, celebrate The Evil Within’s craziest moments… with a selfie!
Detective Sebastian Castellanos has a knack for getting into close encounters of the scary kind. With that in mind, we’re looking for your best Sebastian “selfie” moment in The Evil Within for our #SebSelfie Sweepstakes. All you need to do to is submit a screenshot featuring the main character, Sebastian, facing the camera in a self-portrait while in game. This can be done by rotating the camera around to face the front of Sebastian any time during gameplay.
Once you’re satisfied with your Sebastian “selfie,” submit your screenshot using the #SebSelfie hashtag on Twitter or Instagram. One lucky winner will receive a prize pack featuring Gaming Head’s exclusive edition statue of “The Keeper”, plus a poster and game (platform of your choice!) signed by The Evil Within’s game director, Shinji Mikami!
Don’t have one of these newfangled social media accounts? You can also enter here on the game’s official site.
The sweepstakes begins today and runs through December 14th for US/Canada residents over the age of 18. For official contest rules, click here.
In addition to creating some of The Evil Within’s most terrifying creatures, Ikumi was the creator of “The Real Tango” comics on the dev studios’s homepage. Using the comic as inspiration, she provided us with an amazing print featuring characters from some of Bethesda’s most beloved games. And Pete!