‘The Outlast Trials’ is a New Co-Op Survival Horror Game – Watch Trailer

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While there are plenty of hardcore gamers out there who claim that we should count our blessings, as we already have plenty of exciting co-op survival horror games available for pretty much all platforms, others strongly disagree. ‘The Outlast Trials’ is the moniker for a brand new game of that kind, and it shall become available soon for those who prefer their gaming on a PC.

The phrase ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ is certainly not available for co-op survival horror games. ‘The Outlast Trails’ will surely conquer the hearts of many gaming enthusiasts, as it allows the player to walk into a world full of terror. He can even bring his friends along to help him, and the whole landscape seems like it has been brought straight from the Saw movies.

‘The Outlast Trials’ is available NOW via Steam and the Epic Games Store

There are a few options available if you want to run ‘The Outlast Trials’. The game is already up for grabs for PC in Early Access mode. You can use either Steam or the Epic Games Store platforms to play the game.

Jonas Ek explained via TGG:

The Montréal-based (Québec, Canada)independent game development studio Red Barrels, are today super excited and happy to announce that their co-op survival horror game “The Outlast Trials”, is now available via PC Early Access through Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Red Barrels is both de developer and publisher of the game in question. You must keep in mind that if you want to play The Outlast Trials on your PC, your laptop/desktop computer needs a graphics card that’s at least as good as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti (2 GB) or Radeon R7 360 (2 GB).

One thing’s for sure: the survival/horror gaming scene won’t go down the rabbit hole anytime soon!

Cristian Antonescu
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