While investigating the scene of a cruel murder, detective Sebastian Castellanos is knocked unconscious by a mysterious and powerful force. When he awakens, he finds himself in a deranged world.
Did You Know?
Tango Gameworks bizarrely decided to use idTech 5 as The Evil Within's engine. idTech is an engine crafted around delivering 60fps for first person shooter. The Evil Within is a third person survival horror experience that targets 30fps. Because of this disconnect The Evil Within suffered from poor optimization which resulted in performance and texture streaming issues. It's likely that the reason Tango chose this engine is because Bethesda owns both id and Tango Gameworks. So there would be no licensing fee for using the engine, and no development time spent on crafting their own. Luckily Tango did eventually create their own engine, the STEM Engine, for The Evil Within 2. See more
You fought it off three times now, Joseph. You're learning to stop it.
You're not listening. I'm not worried about stopping it Seb, I'm worried about not wanting to stop it. Some part of me wants to turn. I don't know why and I can"t reason it away... it's deeper than that. It's like instinct... and it's getting stronger.