PlayStation 4 owners get Outlast free with PS Plus
Survival horror game Outlast coming to PlayStation 4 in February.
Creepy survival horror game Outlast will be coming to PlayStation 4 in February, and will be made available free for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
The game's developer, Red Barrels, announced the game's inclusion into the service overnight on its Facebook page.
Right now PlayStation 4 owners can grab Don't Starve and Resogun, with both games arguably two of the finest highlights in the platform's lineup. One PlayStation Plus subscription also carries over to the PlayStation 3 and Vita.
Outlast was originally released on the PC back in September. In the GameSpot review, Leif Johnson said that Outlast "never loses sight of the 'survival' component of survival horror, and in such a way that reminds us that few things on this earth can be as terrifying as our fellow human beings." Sounds dark!
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