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The Evil Within 2 is in the works, according to a new job listing

A sequel to 2014 survival horror title The Evil Within is in development, according to a new job listing at Tango Gameworks.

First spotted by eagle-eyed users on NeoGAF, the job listing is asking for a translator and Q&A position during the production of Psycho Break 2 at Tango Gameworks.

PS4 and Xbox One are listed as the current platforms, with the job duration lasting from April 10 until October 31. Knowing this, we might be seeing a reveal in the coming months. Perhaps at E3 2017?

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The Evil Within, otherwise known as Psycho Break in Japan, was released for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC back in October 2014.

It was a fun, flawed and ultimately unique survival horror experience that has gained something of a cult following in the past two years.

Stuart Andrews scored it a favourable 6/10 in his review. Here’s what he had to say on Shinji Mikami’s latest:

“The Evil Within is almost the game that Resident Evil fans have been waiting for, but almost still isn’t close enough. For all its great moments – moments where it’s genuinely terrifying and utterly compelling – there are too many sections where it’s unbearably frustrating, repetitive or held back by technical issues and poor, dated game design.”

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