Blake is being grabbed by Val the heretic boss and has another vision — the most revealing one yet. The traumatic experiences and microwave brainwashing signals have broken him. The only one that seems to work 100% of the time is finding all of the Outlast 2 collectibles then playing the end again, though you may be lucky enough to just have it appear during one of your playthroughs. Marta is a cruel and relentless pursuer, who stops at nothing to try and kill Blake or anyone else who stands up against the cult. Later, in a section set in a school, I glimpse what looks like a girl dash past a window.
Jessica committed suicide, a memory that haunts Blake to this day. She says a prayer and the game ends. The signs of the apocalypse continue to unfold through out the whole game. Blake is already dead right after the crash and we are playing through his twisted thoughts right before death. Either way, Lynn gets a pretty raw deal. If the baby is another hallucination, Blake and Knoth might share it. Hopefully the comics and dlc will clear up these uncertainties Hey there!! Blake and Lynn briefly talk about Jessica and then record an intro for their news report about the murder.
Now he witnesses Knoth and his followers torturing Mary in front of Josiah. A Final Significant Theory Just when we think we have things figured out, the release of the fifth comic brings up a whole new round of questions. As you near the end of the game, Blake has a vision that shows the last time he saw Jessica, before she supposedly killed herself. This event almost perfectly mirrors the hallucinations Blake experiences, as the character lost time, awakes in a new location, and relives a vivid and painful past event. And is it possible, that different people got the same halluzinations at the same time Knoth and Blake with the baby? Jessica helped hook Blake and Lynn up shortly before being killed by , which haunts Blake to his adulthood. Early on, I spot a figure at the end of a long corridor—bald, menacing, clutching something—but can barely make him out.
Murkoff signals somehow accelerate reproduction cycles. Story Marta is first encountered by Blake while she mumbles gospel quotes and patrols the middle of the town at night, acting as its enforcer. Which is why everyone was crazy, why towards the beginning of the game, enemies were mesmerized by the waves, and why later on, Blake hallucinated the school without getting killed while he was doing so because everyone else was hallucinating too. The third game has been announced. Laird and Nick get pushed down by some of the Scalled who are the third faction in the game, outcasts living in the woods. Posted: 8 December, 2017 The first time I played this game, I couldn't stop thinking about it for weeks afterwards. Even with lightning and stuff….
Another point is that Lynn was trapped in the mines, 800 feet below ground, for most the game. Additionally, it stands to reason that they're the reason why A, the inhabitants of the area were insane, and B, why early on in the game, the enemies would get mesmerized by these weird light waves, which presumably affect you too later in the game. Originally posted by :The radio tower created by Murkoff sends away these waves that makes people insane which is why you experience these hallucinations. So why would Knoth possibly assume much less predict that she will give birth in a few hours? But in this game seems like they found a way to do it on women. Like its predecessor, Outlast 2 gives the player no weapons and the only way to avoid danger is to run and hide. It is unknown what exactly the examination entailed, but Lynn's extreme defensiveness over it when questioned by her husband indicates it was sexual assault-based. The game takes place over the course of one night, after which Lynn has a miscarriage.
So we have 1 person not seeing it and two seeing it granted those two were more insane than her. The father who helps Blake is another parent whose kid died in the same situation but was too coy to talk after she told him what happened. I don't think, Blake murdered Lynn. Empty hallways, total silence and deadly jumpscares I screamed a little, which doesn't happen very often to me. It could be the Walrider. In the hallucination recordings if you listen closely you can hear someone speaking backwards or something.
Specifically, his guilt surrounding Jessica and Lynn. Red Barrels crafted a survival-horror adventure that will keep fans talking for years, debating Blake's hallucinations and arguing over the fate of Lynn's baby. In this context, Lynn's last words are therefore less of an existential observation and more of a general statement of surprise that after the birth Blake isn't actually holding anything. The birth did seem very odd overall. She is obviously very traumatized and will not speak about her experiences. The flashbacks alternate with your real-world situation and create a nice dynamic. While outlast two will just give the kids some anxiety.
Blake is told to kill the child. He also rejoices at her death being a way he has escaped culpability for his actions. This is why he chooses to help blake and ends up being killed by the lady representing the oppression of faith. That seventh seal includes seven trumpet plagues that God pours out on mankind. It's unknown how Lynn really died but perhaps she was wounded by the cult members and lost a lot of blood. The heretics kill the Christians and take Lynn away. To just insert the antichrist in the game would pull away from that theme.
One document reveals that they dug a tunnel to meet in secret and discussed their visions this was still in the early stages of the experiment when they had some sanity left. The End of Outlast 2 After a long journey to rescue his wife Lynn, fighting through a harrowing descent into madness, protagonist Blake discovers that not only has his wife gone from zero to nine months pregnant in the space of about two days, but she's giving birth to what appears to be a healthy child. The name Temple Gate could be a reference to the gates of heaven or hell as he is going through this near death experience. You'll have a lot of reasons for running, as you barely escape rednecks with machetes, an eerie grim reaper figure, heretics, zealots and their religious leader Papa Sullivan Knoth. Originally posted by :lol batman lady -aka martha- is another big question mark for me. I'll stay subscribed to this thread because i just finished the game and there is a lot of questions that needs to be answered, just like the first game did.