[Steam] The Evil Within - £2.99 - CDKeys
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[Steam] The Evil Within - £2.99 - CDKeys

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Back down to £2.99 on daily deal - 01/10
Developed by Shinji Mikami – creator of the seminal Resident Evil series – and the talented team at Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within embodies the meaning of pure survival horror. Experience a disturbing reality as you try to break free from warped machinations that could only exist in the most horrifying worlds. Face twisted creatures and experience true terror, all heightened by cutting edge lighting and animation made possible by a customised version of the id Tech 5 engine.

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While investigating the scene of a gruesome mass murder, Detective Sebastian Castellanos and his partners encounter a mysterious and powerful force. After seeing the slaughter of fellow officers, Sebastian is ambushed and knocked unconscious. When he awakens, he finds himself in a deranged world where hideous creatures wander among the dead. Facing unimaginable terror, and fighting for survival, Sebastian embarks on a frightening journey to unravel what's behind this evil force.

Pure survival horror returns

Shinji Mikami, the father of survival horror, is back to direct a chilling new game wrapped in haunting narrative. Tension and anxiety heighten dramatically as you explore the game's tortured world. You'll have limited resources at your disposal as you fight for your survival and experience profound fear in this perfect blend of horror and action.

Brutal traps and twisted creatures

Face unthinkable horrors and cruel traps as you struggle to survive against overwhelming odds. Turn evil against itself by using the same diabolical devices against overwhelming deadly creatures.

Unknown threats in an uncertain world

Mysterious and wicked fears loom ahead in a world that warps and twists around you. Corridors, walls, doors, and entire buildings change in real time, ensnaring players in a reality where threats can appear at any time and from any direction.

The new face of horror

Highly crafted environments, horrifying anxiety, and an intricate story weave together to create an immersive world that will bring players to the height of tension. Defeat insurmountable terror and experience the ultimate thrill by discovering The Evil Within.
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I was just about to post this too Fantastic deal, purchased and downloading right now. Heat added.
Edited by: "tonka2" 6th Sep 2017
heat, bring on the eviler within 2
Great game, incredible price.
orig1 h, 7 m ago

heat, bring on the eviler within 2

The eviler the better!
Heat Buzz, almost got me... all the way to the payment screen before thinking "you've already completed this on console, you're never going to play it... just put the money towards the sequel"
hotter than the sun, is that possible?
Thanks OP
Tempting
Can't believe it's 3 years old already.
Has a season pass so unless that is also included in that £2.99 i will pass, those are the rules, sorry, i can't break them.

But i will give it heat OP.
Edited by: "XP200" 1st Oct 2017
Amazing game. I went in not expecting much but it's a great action horror
Just finished this after getting it on the last PSN sale for a tenner. A solid 20 hours, so you're really getting your moneys worth.

A bargain at £9.99, a steal at £2.99
Boom! Ordered!
XP2003 h, 2 m ago

Has a season pass so unless that is also included in that £2.99 i will …Has a season pass so unless that is also included in that £2.99 i will pass, those are the rules, sorry, i can't break them. But i will give it heat OP.



That's exactly my stance too....the whole bundle or nothing!
XP2003 h, 43 m ago

Has a season pass so unless that is also included in that £2.99 i will …Has a season pass so unless that is also included in that £2.99 i will pass, those are the rules, sorry, i can't break them. But i will give it heat OP.


Dude you dont need the DLC. The main game is meaty and excellent on its own. £3 is a steal.
Love this game so much. It’s like resident evil had a baby with inception
This is
Seanspeed51 m ago

Dude you dont need the DLC. The main game is meaty and excellent on its …Dude you dont need the DLC. The main game is meaty and excellent on its own. £3 is a steal.



This is purely principal, it has a season pass then they don't get my cash until i get the whole thing together as cheap as possible, that is the price they pay, nd i will get the whole lot at some point, i am in no hurry.
Seanspeed10 h, 31 m ago

Dude you dont need the DLC. The main game is meaty and excellent on its …Dude you dont need the DLC. The main game is meaty and excellent on its own. £3 is a steal.


To be fair, if you want to understand what the hell is going on, I'd say 'The Assignment' and 'The Consequence' are rquired playing.

But yeah, a lot of game here for £2.99. Think my first go through was around 16 hours.
XP2009 h, 41 m ago

This is This is purely principal, it has a season pass then they don't …This is This is purely principal, it has a season pass then they don't get my cash until i get the whole thing together as cheap as possible, that is the price they pay, nd i will get the whole lot at some point, i am in no hurry.


On the other hand, if you play this and come away a fan, then buying the Season Pass at £7 or whatever it is is a nice way of letting the developer know.
No developer who thinks season passes, dlc, micro trans, or this new mini dlc modding bs, should be supported or rewarded, these practices should never be seen as normal, that is why i don't touch them at launch and only finally spend money on them when they are at their lowest sale price, that way i do my bit to let them now i don't support all their dlc nonsense.....and it has worked perfectly for me every time, i have never missed a game yet and have gotten them for silly small fraction of the the price that said devs and publishers had graciously decided i should be giving them.
Win for me allround with not one drawback.
For that kind of money It would be rude not too. Heat added
XP2001 h, 36 m ago

No developer who thinks season passes, dlc, micro trans, or this new mini …No developer who thinks season passes, dlc, micro trans, or this new mini dlc modding bs, should be supported or rewarded, these practices should never be seen as normal, that is why i don't touch them at launch and only finally spend money on them when they are at their lowest sale price, that way i do my bit to let them now i don't support all their dlc nonsense.....and it has worked perfectly for me every time, i have never missed a game yet and have gotten them for silly small fraction of the the price that said devs and publishers had graciously decided i should be giving them.Win for me allround with not one drawback.


I really dont get what people have against Season Passes. They are just a package discount for DLC. Nice to have for big fans of the game. Obviously early on you may not know what you're gonna get, so always be wary, but there are plenty of games where people *know* they are going to get the rest of the DLC when it's available, so it's good to have a discount on it. Like all DLC, it's totally optional. Nothing is stopping you from buying DLC piecemeal or not buying it at all.
^^DLC is not a real thing, it is parts of the orginal game cut so they can sell you the same game twice, surely people don't believe they actually spend more money developing DLC when if fact they complete the whole game, cut from it what they are going to sell again, and release less of a initial game at launch, but for full price.

It is a shaddy practice that some are willing to support, and it is a practice that has now allowed a game industry to sink even lower by allow things like loot boxes, mini DLC from fan made mods, in game micro trans and freemium paid content in £50 games.............. but i am not one of those and never will be, but i have never stopped anybody else from doing what they want with their money, but i certainly will never support any game dev that does it, but if you want to find some positve in the whole DLC saga, it has saved me a utter fortune on games i would have bought at launch, so that is nice, and i still get to play them later on down the line for a fraction of what others payed, so everybody wins, those that are happy to pay get the game, those not happy to pay still get the game, everybody wins.
Edited by: "XP200" 2nd Oct 2017
Can someone explain how I activate this on Steam? I expected them to send me a key which i could activate on steam but they seem to want me to register and download it form them. Is this the only way I can do it?
BeerGoggles3 m ago

Can someone explain how I activate this on Steam? I expected them to send …Can someone explain how I activate this on Steam? I expected them to send me a key which i could activate on steam but they seem to want me to register and download it form them. Is this the only way I can do it?


Not sure I fully understand - you register with CDkeys (or complete transaction as a guest) - they then email you the activation link - that you effectively download from the site. Once you have the activation key, activate the product in Steam and begin downloading the game.
chelmsfordman23 m ago

Not sure I fully understand - you register with CDkeys (or complete …Not sure I fully understand - you register with CDkeys (or complete transaction as a guest) - they then email you the activation link - that you effectively download from the site. Once you have the activation key, activate the product in Steam and begin downloading the game.


Ahh ok, so you get the key after registration. I thought I would have to set up another client similar to steam, which i don't want to do. Cheers..
Is anyone experiencing lag, stutter and poor fps with this, running on a rx480
I remember the recommended specs for this being ridiculous at the time and I never bothered with it since my heavily overclocked I5, 8gig, SSD alienware alpha (bios modded 860m ) i figured had no hope with it, but at £3 ive got it downloading now.
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XP2002nd Oct

No developer who thinks season passes, dlc, micro trans, or this new mini …No developer who thinks season passes, dlc, micro trans, or this new mini dlc modding bs, should be supported or rewarded, these practices should never be seen as normal, that is why i don't touch them at launch and only finally spend money on them when they are at their lowest sale price, that way i do my bit to let them now i don't support all their dlc nonsense.....and it has worked perfectly for me every time, i have never missed a game yet and have gotten them for silly small fraction of the the price that said devs and publishers had graciously decided i should be giving them.Win for me allround with not one drawback.


witcher 3 & dying light come to mind , DLC which are like full games in themselves, so much content in the base game you can't call them cut.

played rainbow six siege since release nearly 2 years ago and there are still updates with new maps/operators/improvements... no season pass = no money for further development of the game
All games i don't and won't own until everything can be had for a song, and as i said, i am in no hurry, i have at present over 600 games on steam alone, i could actually play and complete 1 game a week on steam and it would take my over 12 years to play them all, so at this stage the games industry needs me more than i will ever need it .
This is cheap because the evil within 2 is coming out on 9/10/17. Still a good deal mind. Heat added
Bought this. Don’t expect a “shooter” survival horror is right. You are on the back foot the whole time. Skulk around for 20mins, find literally 2 bullets, then rarrrrrr and you’re dead! Not for me.
Are they selling it with ammo packs lol.
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