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The Evil Within Getting Season Pass With Three DLC Add-ons

Posted on Wednesday, August 13 @ 15:30:00 PST by

Bethesda has announced a season pass for Shinji Mikami's survival-horror The Evil Within with three DLC expansions. The season pass will be priced at $19.99, though we're not sure how much consumer swill be saving by choosing this option instead of purchasing each DLC separately.

The first will put the players in the very heavy shoes of Boxman, otherwise known as The Keeper and looks like Pyramid Head's long-lost brother, in a series of "sadistic" mission-based maps. Apparently, the crazy world of The Evil Within also affects the other human characters in the game, including Juli Kidman, the protagonist Sebastian Castlennaos' partner.

The Evil Within will release October 14 in North America and October 17 in Europe for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and PC.

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