The Evil Within DLC The Consequence Gameplay Teaser and Release Date

Written by Neil Soutter on Tue, Mar 24, 2015 3:00 PM
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Bethesda's second part of the DLC series for The Evil Within will be released in just under a month on 21st April. Part 2 of the 3 part DLC is called The Consequence. The first part to The Evil Within, called The Assignment, turned up earlier this month.

The Consequence is the final part of Juli Kidman's adventure. Juli was the mysterious partner to Sebastian Castellanos', the main protagonist in The Evil Within. During The Assignment and The Consequence players are given the insight into Kidman's hidden motivations and see what connections to the shadowy Mobius group she has.

The final part of The Evil Within DLC, The Executionar, will likely be along in May or June.

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16:03 Mar-24-2015

Storywise the retail game was a huge disappointment, I wonder if these DLCs are even worth to try (?). On the contrary I really like Shinji Mikami's RE games.

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15:02 Mar-24-2015

I wish they would fix the performance of the actual game itself.

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15:20 Mar-24-2015

Yeah, I installed and played it for about five minutes then promptly uninstalled and got my money back.

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15:40 Mar-24-2015

too bad I got it from a friend

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18:35 Mar-24-2015

Your 970 should run it well 1080p. Single 970 too weak for your huge resolution thou.

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19:27 Mar-24-2015

That's not a huge resolution, that's 2 monitors lol. I play games on my 1600x900 monitor, the one above it is 1920x1080. That one is used for browsing, music etc.

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20:12 Mar-24-2015

Then why not game at 1080p and browser in 900p?

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20:21 Mar-24-2015

I prefer the smaller monitor, I play many reflex demanding games. I find it easier to move my mouse cursor or reticle more precisely over the smaller screen. Might be just an illusion, just used to it I guess.

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