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The Evil Within 2 isn't all supernatural, it has a serial killer too

Sebastian Castellanos is barreling toward a head-on collision with a new type of foe. As we saw in the original Evil Within, he's accustomed to dealing with the grotesque, the supernatural, and the horrifying. The sequel pits him against something different: a still-living serial killer. Bethesda released this new character trailer that introduces Stefano Valentini, a photographer who gets off on capturing his subjects in the few seconds that they accept that death is imminent.
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