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A Terrified PewDiePie Returns To Horror To Play 'Amnesia: Rebirth'

A Terrified PewDiePie Returns To Horror To Play 'Amnesia: Rebirth'

PewDiePie is dabbling in horror once again.

Ewan Moore

Ewan Moore

Back in 2010, Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg's YouTube channel really started to blow up thanks to a series of massively popular horror game playthroughs. People would come in their millions to watch the YouTuber scream and sweat his through games like Silent Hill and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Was it everyone's cup of tea? No, but it clearly worked for the guy.

Ten years and several million subscribers later, Kjellberg is arguably bigger than ever, and still stands out in a sea of YouTubers and streamers that find, broadcast, and react to the scariest games out there. While a lot of time might have passed, Kjellberg still has a lot of love for horror games, and the Amnesia series in particular. That's why he recently posted a lengthy gameplay video of the recently released Amnesia: Rebirth.

Appropriately titled "It's Been Ten Years", the video feels like classic PewDiePie - great news for any longtime fans of the YouTuber out there. An awful lot has changed in the last decade, but there's something oddly comforting about watching Kjellberg tentatively make his way through dark corridors and leg it from hulking monsters. It's almost as if the last ten years never happened.

Take a look at the video for yourself below, or via this link right here.

The exciting news for those of you out there who really vibed with this nostalgic content is that it'll be the first in a new series from Kjellberg. The YouTuber announced at the end of the video that this is just part one, with plenty more scares and screams to come in the next few weeks. This should also come as a pleasant surprise for anyone who's been enjoying Kjellberg's recent playthroughs of games like The Last Of Us Part II and Ghost Of Tsushima.

While you wait for the next instalment of Kjellberg's latest series of horror game fun, why not check out our very own review of Amnesia: Rebirth? We reckon it's every bit as evocative, immersive, and creepy as you'd want a horror game ten years in the making to be.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Frictional Games