Grab The Games: The Outlast Trials

Another day, another review for our fans. Today, I couldn't be more excited that I have my hands on a new title of a really successful franchise that is not only now available right now at a great price, but it also offers a really fun experience from the start. We are going to present you how this title holds up against other games of the genre and if it is worth picking it up right now. But what is this game? Is it worth the hype? Stick around, and you will find out now. Let's start by mentioning a few things about the game itself.

Red Barrels invites you to experience mind-numbing terror, this time with friends. Whether you go through the trials alone or in teams, if you survive long enough and complete the therapy, Murkoff will happily let you leave but will you be the same? Set in the era of the Cold War, human guinea pigs are involuntarily recruited by the good folks at the Murkoff Corporation to test advanced methods of brainwashing and mind control.

In a world of distrust, fear, and violence, your morals will be challenged, your endurance tested, and your sanity crushed. All in the name of progress, science, and profit. To begin with, the very first aspect that impressed me was the way the title introduced itself to the audience, with a great tutorial and starting adventure. The game doesn’t hold your hands and it is pretty easy to get used to, especially if you have played other titles of the Outlast series.

The title is definitely very hard and intriguing to master! There are a lot of missions available that you can play on your own or co-op. Furthermore, I loved how you can customize your room with various objects and the rig system is amazing as well. As far as the negative aspects are concerned, they are not game breaking but what I found really annoying is that sometimes it takes a little more time to find an online game currently there are a lot of people playing so this may have been an isolated incident.

To sum up, the game is definitely enjoyable with a lot of aspects to look ahead. The price tag is ok for what it offers, and I can really recommend it to everyone who has played similar titles and to gamers who want a relaxing title.

Dionysis Spinos


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