Outlast Trials goes into 1.0 and comes to consoles in March

During The Game Awards, we learned that Outlast Trials is wrapping up its time in PC Early Access and heading to consoles next March. The game was first announced in 2019 and entered Steam Early Access in May.

The game is a sequel to the popular horror series, with four players controlling test subjects who fight to survive in a dangerous testing facility. Check out its latest trailer below (headphone users beware: it has plenty of screaming streamers).

The 1.0 launch will include a new Toy Factory trial with new MK challenges. It also includes new evidence documents, character customization, cell decorations, legendary outfits, increased level cap, weekly events, and other quality-of-life improvements.

The game will be sold alone in a $39.99 Standard Edition and a $49.99 Deluxe Edition, which includes the Regent Start Pack, which gives players four legendary skins, special cell items, posters, and player icons.

Outlast Trials launches on March 5 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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