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'Outlast' free on PS4 in February for Plus subscribers

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"Outlast," the popular survival horror game from Red Barrels Games, will be free on PlayStation 4 for PlayStation Plus members in February, the developer announced Monday via Facebook.

Originally released on the PC in September, a port for Sony's next-generation console was announced, but no date had been given. For the first time, console players will have the chance to explore the Mount Massive Asylum, which is overrun by the insane and supernatural. The game is played in a first person perspective, using a video camera with night vision to see in the dark. It features minimal combat, but a dramatic amount of scares that are sure to give any stereo system a good workout.

"Outlast" will be the latest game given away by Sony on the PS4 as part of its Plus subscription plan. Subscribers could download "Resogun" and "Contrast" from launch through the end of December. "Don't Starve" is currently available for download for free and "Brothers" will be coming next week.

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