The Evil Within: The Assignment for PlayStation 4
PS4 - DLC

The Evil Within: The Assignment

Mar 10, 2015

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game The Evil Within to play.

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About this game

Developer: Tango Gameworks
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Experience survival horror from a new perspective with The Evil Within: The Assignment. This is the first of a two-part, story driven experience where players take on the role of detective Juli Kidman, Sebastian Castellanos’ mysterious partner, in a concurrent story that looks to answer some of the questions surrounding her whereabouts during The Evil Within. Along the way she will encounter disturbing new enemies, discover new mysteries, and uncover new horrors. The Assignment gives fans of The Evil Within the perfect opportunity to discover detective Kidman’s hidden motivations and her mysterious connection to Mobius, the shadowy group thought to be behind the gruesome events of The Evil Within.

Gamer Reviews

1468 Reviews
9.43

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Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
7.65
Steven BurnsMar 12, 2015
Resembling Bioshock 2's Big Sister in both aesthetics and movements, it's a constant thorn in your side and, as such, a pleasure to finally take down. At around two hours long, The Assignment is a reasonably-sized add-on which fleshes out The Evil Within's story while building on what made it so enjoyable in the first place. Let's hope its follow-up, The Consequence, lives up to it.
8.50
Lucy O'BrienMar 11, 2015
The Assignment offers up a thrilling three-and-a-half hours in The Evil Within’s grimy universe. Its stealthy gameplay, beautifully designed environments, and refreshingly grounded protagonist make it stand out from the main game, and a cliffhanger ending suggests there’s much more good stuff to come in part two: The Consequence.
Greg HillMar 19, 2015
The Assignment is a worthy addition to The Evil Within. It pulls off its scares in a totally different way, despite some sticky controls at times. Being equipped with nothing more than a flashlight may feel like a cliché, but Tango Gameworks make shake off all those feelings as you explore their masterfully crafted world of nightmares. Juli Kidman makes for a more realistic and likeable protagonist than Castellanos, too, even if only by a stones throw – but an improvement nonetheless.