Home Your IT Entertainment Bethesda gets evil with new game

Survival horror fans are in for a fright next year with a new game on the way from Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami.

Last Friday video game publisher Bethesda Softworks announced The Evil Within, and said more details would be available this week.

Bethesda is known for its hugely popular Elder Scrolls and Fallout games, and hasn't really dabbled in horror titles until now.

The game will be available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC at some stage in 2014 and is the first title to be announced by Tango Gameworks, Shinji Mikami’s new studio.

“We’re incredibly proud to announce The Evil Within,” said Mikami.

“My team and I are committed to creating an exciting new franchise, providing fans the perfect blend of horror and action.”

Check out the teaser trailer below.

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David Swan

David Swan is a tech journalist from Melbourne and is iTWire's Associate Editor. Having started off as a games reviewer at the age of 14, he now has a degree in Journalism from RMIT (with Honours) and owns basically every gadget under the sun.

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