The Evil Within 2 Gets Haunting New Trailer Showing the Deadly Photographer, Stefano Valentini

The Evil Within 2's new antagonist, Stefano Valentini, gets the spotlight in a new trailer released for the upcoming horror game.

on August 16, 2017 10:42 AM

The upcoming The Evil Within 2 is set to bring back the terror of worlds unknown through the eyes of its protagonist Sebastian Castellanos, with a new trailer for the horror game giving a closer look at the flashy (but deadly) photographer, Stefano Valentini.

Publisher Bethesda Softworks released a new trailer for The Evil Within 2 titled “The Twisted, Deadly Photographer,” with the trailer giving a deeper insight into Stefano Valentini, who will serve as one of the game’s fearsome antagonists. Specifically, Bethesda explained that Valentini is “an artist with dark proclivities and unbounded imagination,” where players will be witness to his gruesome “masterpieces” strewn throughout their journey. A full description of Valentini and what players can expect from interacting with him can be found below, from Bethesda:

Not only will Sebastian have to contend with the myriad horrific creatures waiting for him in The Evil Within 2, he’ll also have to deal with the human “monsters” who have made their way into the new STEM world.

Wretched creatures like Stefano Valentini, an artist with dark proclivities and unbounded imagination. You’ll see examples of his work scattered throughout Union – from grisly photographs of his victims, to the “moment of death” tableaus he creates, capturing the last seconds of a person’s life in a tangible, looping scene. Learn more about the man behind the art in the latest story trailer for The Evil Within 2.

The Evil Within 2 will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 13th, 2017. For a closer look at the title and its photographic new villain, you can check out the new trailer below:

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