Gamescom 2021: New Outlast Trials Gameplay Trailer Drops

Screenshot from the new Outlast Trials trailer which shows an injured man in the distance.

Many of us have been waiting and waiting to hear anything related to The Outlast Trials. The last thing we mentioned was a few weeks back when Red Barrels unveiled some concept art on their Twitter page. Outside that, the studio has been keeping quiet, save for some behind-the-scenes info revealed in the first part of their anniversary Q&A. However, we finally have a new gameplay trailer that just dropped at this year’s Gamescom.

It’s an exciting piece of footage for fans of Outlast. The minute and a half trailer shows numerous flashes of gameplay for the eagerly awaited co-op survival horror title. Within 90 seconds, we see some of the brutes that will be stalking players, as well as the overall look of the game, which has that disturbingly distinctive Outlast vibe. All of the action, violence, and psychopaths we see roaming the corridors are underscored by the creepy voice of an authoritative leader who ends the video by saying “We are all going to get better…together.”

It will definitely get the mouths watering of those of you who have been eagerly waiting for some new footage from The Outlast Trials. The one downside is that there’s still no release date. The end of the trailer simply mentions that the game will be coming out in 2022. That means the game has been pushed back a bit, as the end of the last trailer said it would be out this year.

That’s okay. It just means we eager beavers will have to wait just a little longer. On the plus side, the trailer makes the game look really intense. With its focus on co-op gameplay, it could turn some old fans off, or discourage new people. However, Red Barrels has thankfully said that the game will have a single-player mode as well.

As always, we will keep you posted when new information comes to light. For now, you can check out the new gameplay trailer for Outlast Trials below.

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