The Evil Within $20 DLC Pass Announced -- Here's What It Includes
You'll play as the evil Keeper in the first add-on and Juli Kidman in the two-part expansion that follows.
Bethesda today announced that upcoming survival horror game The Evil Within, developed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and Tango Gameworks, will have a DLC pass.
The $20 pass includes access to three Evil Within expansions, the first of which flips the formula around, letting you play as The Keeper (left) in a series of "sadistic" mission-based maps. Also included with the pass is a two-part story-driven expansion where you play as Juli Kidman, the mysterious partner of main character Sebastian Castellanos.
"Encounter unthinkable enemies and new areas that reveal hidden motives and harrowing evil," Bethesda says about this content.
Bethesda did not announce how much each expansion will cost if you buy them individually, but the publisher says you'll get the best deal--if you plan to buy all three--through the DLC pass. It will be sold at select retailers, as well as through the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and PC.
The Evil Within launches on October 14 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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