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Is "Endless Summer" Bethesda's Next Big Game?

Posted on Tuesday, April 23 @ 08:14:21 PST by Alex_Osborn

Just last week, Bethesda announced The Evil Within, a new horror game by Shinji Mikami. Now, thanks to a listing by the Australian classification board, it appears that the publisher may have yet another horrifying title in the cooker called "Endless Summer."

The title has been rated MA15+ and is said to contain "strong horror themes and violence." Sounds an awful lot like The Evil Within, no? Could this just be another name for Mikami's upcoming horror title? I'd say there's a good chance that could be the case. Then again, The Evil Within isn't supposed to launch until next year, so it's a bit early for the game to receive an official rating.

Either way, we'll have to wait to hear official word from Bethesda before we know anything for sure. In the meantime, let us know what you think "Endless Summer" might be in the comments below.

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