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Outlast’s prequel DLC Whistleblower is coming to Windows PC and PlayStation 4 May 6, developer Red Barrels Games announced today.

Teased around Halloween last year, Whistleblower puts players behind the eyes of Waylon Park, the software engineer working for the Murkoff Coporation who eventually emails journalists about the ongoings at Mount Massive. The DLC is set both before all hell breaks loose at Mount Massive through the height its madness and beyond, showing “the true final chapter in the story of Mount Massive Asylum” according to Red Barrels.

The DLC will cost $8.99 when it launches May 6. Outlast itself debuted on Windows PC in September 2013, then found its way to Sony’s fourth home console in February.

Outlast: Whistleblower DLC arrives on Windows PC and PlayStation 4 May 6

By | 04/29/2014 03:05 PM PT

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Outlast’s prequel DLC Whistleblower is coming to Windows PC and PlayStation 4 May 6, developer Red Barrels Games announced today.

Teased around Halloween last year, Whistleblower puts players behind the eyes of Waylon Park, the software engineer working for the Murkoff Coporation who eventually emails journalists about the ongoings at Mount Massive. The DLC is set both before all hell breaks loose at Mount Massive through the height its madness and beyond, showing “the true final chapter in the story of Mount Massive Asylum” according to Red Barrels.

The DLC will cost $8.99 when it launches May 6. Outlast itself debuted on Windows PC in September 2013, then found its way to Sony’s fourth home console in February.

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