Outlast is a first-person survival horror video game developed by Red Barrels.
You can run, you can hide or you can die. In Outlast, those are you’re only three choices. You’re Miles Upshur, a reporter. And, as a reporter, you don’t have abilities with which you can fend off the brutes, knife-wielding stalkers, and other destructive maniacs who hide in the corridors of the derelict Mount Massive Asylum.
You can’t shoot, or fight. You can just run and hide. You’re mostly in danger, and when that risk is nipping at your heels and all you can do is escape, anxiously hoping to shake off your follower, Outlast horror game is a terrifying frightening ride.
Outlast revolves around a story driven survival campaign conveyed in first-person narrative and set in a abandoned psychiatric hospital overrun by bloodthirsty patients. The main character is incapable for combat. With no weapons, players need to explore the office’s uncovered environment with free running.
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• CPU: Celeron E1500 Dual-Core 2.2 GHz / Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4800+
• GPU: DX 9 GeForce 9800 GTX / Radeon HD 3870
• RAM: 2 GB
• OS: Win Xp 32bit
• Disk Space: 5 GB
• CPU: Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0 GHz / Athlon II X2 270
• GPU: DX 10 GeForce GTS 450 / Radeon HD 4860
• RAM: 3 GB
• OS: Win 7 64bit
• Disk Space: 5 GB
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Outlast Whistleblower is an add-on for the survival horror game Outlast. Outlast whistleblower add-on allows you to play as a software engineer Waylon Park, who is under contract with Murkoff and the man who emailed writers, including Miles, at the beginning of Outlast.
The game begins as a prequel to Outlast, uncovering the details for Mount Massive Asylum’s outbreak, while at the same time covering the main story to reveal its conclusion from the past cliffhanger.
Like the main game, combat is impossible in this DLC and to stay alive, the player have to either run or hide from their enemies.
From the case files, Billy is nineteen years old, and he claims to have progressed self-coordinated lucid dream states. In the ending of Outlast, Billy is in a life-support pod, so this could imply that he is controlling or affecting the activities of Walrider within a dream. Dr. Wernicke, instructs Miles to shut the power for Billy’s life-support pod in order to kill him.
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After Miles shuts his life-support pod, the Walrider, now without a host, possesses Miles, taking him as its new host. As Miles hobbles towards the exit, the door opens, displaying Dr. Wernicke and some soldiers outside the door. The soldiers open fire, but Wernicke recognizes that Miles has turned into the new host. As the screen fades to dark, the Walrider is heard attacking as the soldiers scream in fear.
There’s no alternate ending of Outlast horror game. There are a few videos on YouTube with the term “alternate ending”, but all of them are edited videos made just for fun. Outlast ending is unique.