The Evil Within is locked at 30 frames per second on the PC. However, you can change that through one of the game's many cheat codes.
Well, Shinji Mikami's upcoming third-person horror-survival title is doing away with some of the hand-holding and going more-so for the whole “punish the player” tactic that made gaming so much fun in the yesteryears of the industry.
Bethesda gave PewDiePie some exclusive hands-on play time with their upcoming horror title, The Evil Within. The game is being made by the legendary Shinji Mikami and his new team at Tango Gameworks.
The Evil Within, the next survival horror game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, will be arriving this summer. Publisher Bethesda announced an August release date for the game on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Tango Gameworks and Bethesda Soft have gone out on a limb with The Evil Within, showcasing a truly horrifying game where it's not all just about pop-out moments and ridiculous scares, but the game is steeped heavy in horror-themed atmosphere and basks greatly in all the moments of terror and fright that our imagination can conjure up.
A lot of survival horror fans tend to believe that the genre has strayed too far from its roots. The Evil Within Director Shinji Mikami agrees, which is exactly why he and Tango Gameworks set out to make their new game in the first place. In short, they hope to put the “survival” and the “horror” back into survival horror.
Today Bethesda announced a survival horror game called The Evil Within. The Evil Within, previously known by the codename Zwei, is the first game from Shinji Mikami's Tango Gameworks.
Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami recently unveiled his next game in the form of survival horror title codenamed Zwei. He's further commented on the project following its official announcement.
Tango Gameworks' secret project has been revealed by Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu. With a codename of Zwei, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is heading the game's development.
ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks and id Software, has added another developer to its stable. Today they announced that they've purchased Tango Gameworks, the company founded by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami.