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Outlast 2 Walkthrough | Leviticus Pt. 3 - Father Loutermilch

Kevin Thielenhaus | 29 Apr 2017 06:26
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Jess's fate is finally revealed in the final dream section of Outlast 2. We'll walk you through every step.

This isn't quite the last time Blake visits the school, but it is the final bit of gameplay you'll get in the creepy school from Blake's past. Here, we'll finally learn what exactly happened and uncover the circumstances surrounding Jess' death.

The creepy figure? The broken neck? The blood? It's all here. Naturally, the recollections lead to the final chapter of Outlast 2 called "Revelations". For now, here's how to complete this short, conflict-free interlude.


Survive the opening hours with The Escapist's Outlast 2 Beginner's Guide, with 11 tips to help you escape the citizens of Temple Gate.


Table of Contents


Leviticus Pt. 3: Father Loutermilch

Unlike the last handful of dreams, you're not in danger right at the start. Instead, you're pinned to the ground by Jess. After some playful fighting, Blake admits defeat and the pair leave the kitchen pantry holding hands.

Follow Jess through the school. You're on auto-pilot here. Jess will talk about visiting Blake's house, but the conversation is cut short. One of the Priests confronts Blake and Jess. He forces Blake to leave, and Jess to stay. She asks Blake to stay, but he leaves. There's nothing you can do here. When the door closes, go toward the exit down the long hall.

Before you can reach it, you'll hear Jess scream. Sprint back to the classroom, go through the open door and down the hall to the right. Push open the stairwell door, and you'll find Jess at the bottom of the steps. Her neck is broken. She fell down the stairs.

Holding her body, you transition back into reality.


This is just the start of our full walkthrough for Outlast 2. Check out the rest of the parts as we continue to update in the Table of Contents above.


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