The Evil Within Invites Gamers to a Season Pass Full of Terrifying DLC

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Bethesda Softworks and Tango Gameworks have announced the full slate of Season Pass downloadable content planned for Shinji Mikami’s upcoming survival horror thriller, The Evil Within.

The $19.99 Season Pass, also known as the “Season Passacre,” will consist of three post-launch add-ons. The first add-on will give players the chance to star as The Keeper, also known as Boxman, and play from the perspective of one of the game’s deadliest enemies “in a sadistic collection of mission-based maps.”

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The subsequent second and third DLC packs will chronicle a two-part narrative experience starring Juli Kidman, the partner of the main game’s playable protagonist, Detective Sebastian Castellanos.

The Evil Within is scheduled to launch October 14th in North America on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Bethesda vaguely cautions that the “Season Pass and DLC content may not be available on all platforms or in all territories.” As soon as more clarification is provided, we’ll let you know.

Go ahead and hit the play button on the embedded viewer below to play around with a 3D model of the Boxman. After that, you’ll find a handful of new in-game screenshots.

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