Outbreak: Endless Nightmares developer Dead Drop Studios has a small hit on its hands with almost three times more sales at launch than any Outbreak titles in the past! And thanks to the community, the studio was able to overhaul all major game systems immediately after launch—making Outbreak: Endless Nightmares the most polished Outbreak title yet.

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Outbreak: Endless Nightmares – 3 Months Later

The game now features revamped 1st and 3rd person views that feature free look, strafing, precision aiming, and more – a welcome addition for those used to aiming with the right analog stick. Performance optimizations were conducted across the board—drastically improving loading times on current-gen consoles (Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4) and also delivering silky-smooth frame rates on Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. Gameplay has been further balanced and adjusted thanks to expensive community feedback (including combat, puzzles, UI, controls and more). Finally, visual and sound effects are now more punchy and realistic—fully delivering the operatic carnage the Outbreak series is known for.

 

Major Content Expansions (due in 2022)

  • Susurrations of the Nexus: The ghouls of the Nexus conjure new nightmares based on prior events in the Outbreak series.
  • Vivification of the Apocalypse: The next chapter in Lydia’s story after the events of Outbreak: Endless Nightmares.

 

Physical Release on Limited Run Games

Fans of the series can now pre-order a special physical edition containing the first five Outbreak titles from Limited Run Games! The bundle contains the PS4 versions of Outbreak: Epidemic, Outbreak: Lost Hope, Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles, Outbreak: The New Nightmare, and the original Outbreak. (All games also run on PS5.) It’s the perfect opportunity to own a little piece of indie survival horror history—and hopefully lead to other console platforms in the future!

 

Available worldwide on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox (One/Series S/Series X), and Steam (Windows/Linux), Outbreak: Endless Nightmares has been featured in a number of outlets – including Kotaku, DreadXP, The Xbox Hub, Nintendo Life, Bleeding Cool, and Horror Buzz.

Read more about Outbreak: Endless Nightmares and Dead Drop Studios here.