Red Barrels has announced that its critically acclaimed survival horror title, Outlast, and its Whistleblower DLC, are now available for download on Xbox One. You can download it for $20, while the DLC will be available for $9.
In Outlast, you play as Miles Upshur, a freelance investigative journalist who receives an anonymous tip from a source identified only as a whistleblower. The lead tells of inhumane experiments committed at Mount Massive Asylum, a remote psychiatric hospital situated deep in the mountains of Lake County, Colorado.
Outlast first released on PC in September last year. It has also been available on the PlayStation 4 since February. Additionally, Red Barrels released a trailer. You can check it out down below.
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