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Outlast Limited Run Physical Edition Announced For Switch

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Outlast Limited Run Physical Edition Announced For Switch

The Red Barrels made a partnership with Limited Run Games to release Outlast and Outlast 2 in a limited edition physical form for the Nintendo Switch, pre-orders starts on 26th October.

All Limited Run Games releases truly are limited, once a game sells out, it will never be available from them again, with each release being numbered. All releases and their numbering can be easily identified by the Limited Run stamp on the back of the game’s cover.

The announcement was made via Twitter by Limited Run Games, you can check it down below:

Outlast is a first-person survival horror video game is set in the remote mountains of Colorado, horrors wait inside Mount Massive Asylum. A long-abandoned home for the mentally ill, recently re-opened by the “research and charity” branch of the transnational Murkoff Corporation, has been operating in strict secrecy… until now.

Acting on a tip from an inside source, independent journalist Miles Upshur breaks into the facility, and what he discovers walks a terrifying line between science and religion, nature and something else entirely. Once inside, his only hope of escape lies with the terrible truth at the heart of Mount Massive.

Red Barrels Inc. is a Canadian video game developer based in Montreal. The company was founded by Philippe Morin, David Chateauneuf and Hugo Dallaire in 2011. The three were previously developers for Ubisoft Montreal and EA Montreal, but founded the company after the origination of an original intellectual property by Dallaire in 2010.

Limited Run Games is a publisher of physical games, They focus on releasing games that were previously only available in a digital format to a physical medium. They called themselves “game collectors and players who fear the prophesied all-digital future”.

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