Outlast 2 is soon upon us and developer Red Barrels want us to get nice and ready. What better way to do that than to release the game’s creepy soundtrack within a week of launch. The Outlast 2 soundtrack album is composed and produced by Samuel Laflamme, the man who has worked on the Outlast series before and many French media projects. He too wants us to feel the bone chilling dread ahead of time and made Outlast 2’s soundtrack available to all. It’s over thirty minutes long and can be viewed (read: heard) below.
00:00 01 the origins of muRder victim jane doe
01:32 02 hide you in Ezekiel’s blood
02:51 03 i am the chorus of screams!
04:54 04 you don’t have to hiDe
06:14 05 i thought we were all dEad
09:19 06 let’s step back into class, please
13:02 07 unborn the prince of lies!
15:14 08 god don’t hear dead Men
17:12 09 god give me voice, god guide my hand
18:19 10 momentous times are uPon us
20:58 11 bring back our messiah!
24:38 12 thaT lake Is wrOng
26:47 13 show me your true face
30:33 14 you Never let me go
Above are the time stamps for each song and the track titles. Also, take note of the hidden REDEMPTION within the track list in descending order. Obviously this means something and I’d have to guess it’s the underlying theme behind Outlast 2. Either that or taking a pickax to the crotch like in the title’s demo. Both seem possible really.
Lastly it should be noted that there are excerpts from W.A. Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus. So anyone who is a Mozart fan and grotesque horror aficionado will find something to like here. Regardless of how mismatched those two are.
Outlast 2 is being developed by Red Barrels and will release on April 25th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The very first Outlast launched on September 4, 2013 to mostly positive reviews. It was followed by the Whistleblower DLC which was first made available on May 6th, 2014.
Are you excited to once again jump into the Outlast universe? Do you think you’ll be able to survive the deadly onslaught that awaits you in Arizona? Let us know in the comments!