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Until Dawn Wendigo Die Ursprünge des Wendigo-Mythos

Ein Wendigo ist ein Mensch, der durch Kannibalismus auf dem Blackwood Mountain vom Wendigogeist. Hannah Washington ist ein nicht-spielbarer Charakter in Until Dawn und es Danach verwandelte sie sich in einen Wendigo und jagte fortan auf dem Berg. Mit den Wendigos jagte uns Supermassive Games in Until Dawn einen gehörigen Schrecken ein. Wir haben einen Blick auf die "wahre. Until Dawn (dt. Bis zur Morgendämmerung) ist ein vom britischen Entwicklerstudio Die verschütteten Minenarbeiter wurden in aggressive Wendigos verwandelt, die immer noch am leben sind, versehentlich von den Jugendlichen befreit. - Emrys hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest.

Until Dawn Wendigo

Mit den Wendigos jagte uns Supermassive Games in Until Dawn einen gehörigen Schrecken ein. Wir haben einen Blick auf die "wahre. - Emrys hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. Hannah Washington ist ein nicht-spielbarer Charakter in Until Dawn und es Danach verwandelte sie sich in einen Wendigo und jagte fortan auf dem Berg.

Meanwhile, unaware of Hannah's survival, the Stranger avenges the twins' apparent deaths by incinerating the Makkapitew, deliberately breaking his rule of capturing Wendigo instead of killing them.

Hannah spends the next month waiting for a rescue that never arrives, trying desperately to stay alive despite the freezing temperatures and the lack of food.

During this time, she also buries Beth's corpse in a makeshift grave and begins keeping a diary improvised from scraps of paper left in the mine, assuring herself that someone will eventually find her.

However, heavy snowstorms and the labyrinthine tunnels layering the mountain render any such rescue attempts futile, ultimately forcing the search parties to conclude that Hannah and Beth are dead - much to the grief of the surviving Washingtons, especially Josh.

After a month of starvation, Hannah finds herself with only one option for continued survival: possessed by a Wendigo spirit, Hannah digs up her sister's body and devours it, sparing only the head - apparently out of grief and remorse.

Within the next three days, Hannah finds herself growing stronger as the effects of the curse take hold, her diary degenerating into incoherent scrawls as she slowly transforms into a new Wendigo.

Believing themselves safe in the cabin, Mike and Jessica attempt to have the sex they've been planning most of the evening, only to be interrupted when Hannah throws Jessica's phone through the window.

Under the impression that their friends have followed them to the cabin "to fuck with us just as we were getting down to business," Jessica storms outside and screams a tirade at the "pranksters," defiantly insisting that they can't ruin their good time no matter how hard they try - oblivious to the fact that Hannah is still listening.

The moment Jessica returns to the cabin, the Wendigo grabs her through one of the windows and drags her outside, carrying her through the woods and into the derelict mining zone.

During Mike's pursuit, should the player miss too many button prompts or declines to take shortcuts, he'll arrive at the mine shaft too late, finding Jessica dead with her jaw torn off.

If he takes the shortcuts and arrives in time, he finds Jessica badly hurt but alive. Regardless of whether she's alive or dead, the mining elevator Jessica is lying on will collapse while Mike is trying to move her away from it, sending her plummeting down the mine shaft.

Though Mike is able to catch a glimpse of Hannah through the scope of a hunting rifle, he is unable to recognize the distant figure for what she truly is, and actually shooting the Wendigo merely leaves Hannah with a bullet flattened against her skull for the rest of the game.

Fortunately, the Stranger arrives to investigate moments later, prompting Hannah to retreat. Later, Hannah continues the hunt by trailing Emily and Matt along the cliffs to the radio tower while they attempt to call for help: tripping the motion sensor light almost instantly, she attempts to break through the trapdoor and attack the two; when this fails, she begins cutting the tower support cables, sending the badly-maintained radio tower crashing into the mines.

There, Matt has to choose between saving Emily from the collapsing remains of the tower or jumping to safety: attempting to save Emily results in Matt falling deeper into the mines, where he is promptly attacked by Hannah.

If Matt took and kept the flare gun from the tower, he can frighten her off with a flare; if not, he will be dragged into the Wendigo's larder, where he is impaled through the throat on a hook and left to slowly die.

During Emily's journey through the mines, she eventually meets the Stranger - though she quickly mistakes him for the " Psycho " terrorizing the mountain.

When Hannah ambushes the two of them, the Stranger throws her a bag of flares and tells her to run while he attacks the Wendigo with his flamethrower.

However, Hannah is eventually able to evade the Stranger and return to shadowing Emily, attacking her during her escape from the mines; in the event that Emily is able to avoid death by eyeball perforations - or from being bisected in the mine's rock crusher - she will escape the mines alive.

However, if she doesn't have the flare gun with her, the Wendigo will manage to bite her on the shoulder - later causing problems due to misconceptions concerning the source of the Wendigo curse.

After Emily manages to make it back to the lodge and reunite with the other player characters gathered there, they are visited by the Stranger, who - after disarming Mike and Chris - finally explains the nature of the threat facing them, including the fact that the spirit of the Wendigo will be unleashed if anyone in the mountains resorts to cannibalism.

Mike, having been under the impression that Josh was responsible for Jessica's death, belatedly remembers the various glimpses of the Wendigo he caught during his journey between the lodge, the cabin and the mine shaft.

Worse still, he remembers that he left Josh tied up in the shack, exposed and defenseless should the Wendigo invade the estate. Though the Stranger tells him that Josh will already be dead, Chris plans a rescue attempt, prompting the Stranger to escort him through the forest.

However, the shack is empty except for a broken chair and a pool of blood. Leaving the scene as quickly as possible, they are promptly ambushed by Hannah, who decapitates the Stranger and pursues Chris back to the lodge.

If Chris misses the button prompts and fails to hit Hannah with the shotgun in time, she will decapitate him.

However, even if he makes it back to the lodge, his survival is dependent on his relationship with Ashley: if he tried to sacrifice her life during Josh's final game, she will lock him out of the building and allow the Wendigo to rip his head off - she spares his life in all other eventualities.

Regardless of whether Chris survives or not, Hannah is seen dragging an unconscious Josh into the forest soon after. Realizing that Josh has the only key for the cable car and thus the only means of escaping the mountain, Mike decides to track down the Wendigo's lair in the hopes of rescuing him.

Travelling through the lodge's underground passage to the Sanatorium, he hopes to find a way back into the mines; unfortunately, the trail proves more complicated than the last time, leading him and one of the Stranger's pet wolves, depending on Mike's choices on a roundabout route through the Psychiatric Wing of the Sanatorium.

There, he finds that without the Stranger to keep them in check, the imprisoned Wendigo are in the process of escaping: at least four can break free of their restraints and pursue Mike through the building, hounding him at every turn.

While wandering through the mines Ashely can hear Jessica's voice. Mashley may choose to follow it and open a trapdoor.

Doing so will lead to Hannah jumping and killing her by ripping her head off. Hannah will then drag Ahely's body away. If Chris was left behind and Ashely died, Hannah will always kill Chris.

If Ashely did not unlock the trapdoor and Chris was left behind, he may be able to survive if he doesn't unlock the trapdoor.

If Chris was not left behind, Chris will survive regradless of what happens even if Ashely died. Sam ends up finding and rescuing Mike, usually around the time Mike is forced to blow up the Stranger's supply of flammables and set the Sanatorium ablaze.

Unfortunately, not only are several Wendigo spirits released into the air, but the ongoing destruction of the Sanatorium allows the surviving Wendigo captives to escape as well.

Following the path back into the mines, Sam and Mike find their way down to Hannah's lair; along the way, they have the opportunity to locate both Beth's grave and Hannah's diary - whereupon they realize the prime Wendigo's true identity.

From here, the two are forced through a larder of Hannah's past victims, including not only the Stranger but any other playable characters who have died prior to this chapter; unknown to them, Hannah is watching them from the depths of the nearby lake, waiting for them to return.

Sure enough, once Josh has been rescued and Sam allowed to climb to safety, Mike and Josh are forced to leave via the lake - and are immediately ambushed by Hannah.

If the player was unable to uncover Hannah's diary, Josh will realize the truth too late and die from a crushed skull; if the diary was uncovered, Josh will notice the butterfly tattoo on the Wendigo's shoulder in time and shout Hannah's name; recognizing her brother at last, Hannah spares his life, dragging him away unharmed.

Shortly afterwards, if Jessica or Matt or both have survived, they will find themselves at the bottom of the mine shaft.

Though injured and confused by the events of the last few hours, they are able to continue through the mine until Hannah arrives to continue the hunt: attempting to run will mean instant death for Jessica, and possibly for Matt if the button prompts are not enacted in time.

However, if the player can remain still, Jessica and Matt will survive the night. During a party at her lodge on Blackwood Mountain, a cruel prank causes Hannah Washington Ella Lentini [20] to run into the woods.

Hannah's twin sister Beth also Lentini [20] finds her, but the two are pursued by a mysterious figure, resulting in them falling off a cliff's edge.

No bodies are found by the police and the sisters are declared missing. Despite tensions between members of the group and reservations about returning after the tragedy that occurred, all seven accept Josh's invitation.

Each member of the group arrives at the lodge through a cable car before engaging in separate activities on the mountain.

As the night progresses, Josh, Ashley, Chris, and Sam find themselves terrorized by a masked man in the lodge.

Josh is bisected in a torture device set up by the masked man, who then pursues Sam through the building's lower levels.

The masked man's torment of the friends culminates with Chris being ordered to shoot Ashley or himself under the threat of them both being killed by giant saw blades.

Meanwhile, Jessica is abducted by an unknown individual during a tryst between her and Mike at the guest cabin. Mike's pursuit of her attacker leads him to an abandoned sanatorium , which contains information about a cave-in on the mountain that trapped a group of miners.

After discovering that the cable car's key is missing, Matt and Emily head to a radio tower to request help.

The request is successfully received, but the responder states that the group will not be rescued until dawn due to a storm and Emily falls into the mines when an attacker causes the tower to collapse.

Looking for a way out, Emily stumbles upon the location where Beth and Hannah fell, with Beth's severed head located nearby.

Mike reunites with Sam just as the masked man appears before them and Ashley and Chris. The masked man reveals himself as Josh, who orchestrated the events at the lodge as revenge for his sisters' presumed deaths.

Believing Josh killed Jessica, Mike has him bound in a shed to remain until the police arrive. At the lodge, Sam, Mike, Chris, Ashley, and, if she escaped the mines, Emily are confronted by the flamethrower -wielding stranger Larry Fessenden , [21] the man Beth and Hannah encountered the night that they disappeared.

The stranger reveals that the deaths on the mountain have been caused by wendigos , former humans who became malevolent creatures after resorting to cannibalism.

Chris and the stranger travel to the shed to rescue Josh, but discover him missing, and the stranger is killed by a wendigo while attempting to return to the lodge.

Suspecting that the cable car key is in Josh's possession, Mike heads back to the sanatorium to find him, while Sam pursues Mike to warn him about the wendigos.

Sam and Mike discover Josh in the mines, whose weakened mental state has caused him to hallucinate his sisters and psychiatrist Dr.

Alan Hill Peter Stormare. Mike tries to lead Josh to safety, but they are separated when Josh is attacked by Hannah, who turned into a wendigo after consuming Beth's corpse.

Mike and Sam return to the lodge to hold up in the basement with any other survivors, only to find it overrun by wendigos, including Hannah.

When a fight between the wendigos causes a gas leak, Mike and Sam work together to destroy the lodge, leading to an explosion that kills Hannah and the remaining wendigos inside.

Following the explosion, rescue helicopters arrive to look for survivors. In the ending credits, any surviving characters, excluding Josh, are interviewed by the police about the events on the mountain.

If Josh has survived, a post-credits scene depicts him eating the stranger's head as he transforms into a wendigo.

British developer Supermassive Games led the game's development, which began in The studio began discussing an idea for a new game for the PlayStation 3 's PlayStation Move accessory, which had a greater emphasis on narrative than Supermassive's previous titles like Start the Party!

The proposed game would be a horror game that resembled a slasher film and it would be designed for a younger audience that publisher Sony Computer Entertainment had courted with the Move.

They were hired because Byles felt the company's British writers wrote in a "parochial" way that is inappropriate for the horror genre.

The game was initially exclusive to PlayStation Move, meaning players needed to buy the Move controller to functionally play the game.

In this version of the game, the only way to navigate and progress the game is by moving the motion controller.

Moving the wand guides the movement of the flashlight held by the characters as players explore the location from a first-person perspective.

The wand can also be used to interact with objects and solve puzzles. A segment of the game shown at Gamescom received positive comments from the gaming community.

Byles said the enthusiastic response was due to the game's unique tone, which was thought to be "fresh" compared with that of its competitors.

One of the most common complaints received was the game's status as a Move exclusive; most people did not want to purchase a controller for the game.

This would change the game from a first-person adventure game to a more "cinematic" experience. The game also switched platform from PlayStation 3 to the PlayStation 4 and expanded the game's scope to include more mature content.

Sony approved the idea and allowed the team to develop for the PS4 and changed the game's genre. With these changes, the team partnered with Cubic Motion and 3Lateral to motion capture the actors' performances.

They used the Decima engine created by Guerrilla Games and had to rework the lighting system. The approach was initially resisted by the development team because the designers considered the camera "archaic".

Byles and the game's production designer Lee Robinson, however, drew storyboards to ensure each camera angle had narrative motivations and prove their placements were not random.

Initially, quality assurance testers were frustrated with the camera angle; Supermassive resolved this complaint by ensuring drastic camera transitions would not occur at thresholds like doors but the team had to remove some scenes to satisfy this design philosophy.

To increase the player's agency, the team envisioned a system named the " butterfly effect ". Every choice the player makes in the game helps shape the story and ultimately leads to different endings.

Byles stated that "all of [the characters] can live or all of whom can die in any order in any number of ways", and that this leads to many ways for scenes to unfold.

He further added that no two players would get the same experience because certain scenes would be locked away should the player make a different choice.

Byles described the software as a series of "nodes" that enabled the team to keep track of the story they intended to tell. Due to the branching nature of the game, however, every time the team wanted to change details in the narrative, the writers needed to examine the possible impacts the change would have on subsequent events.

The game's strict auto-save system was designed to be "imperative" instead of "punitive".

Byles said even though a character had died, the story would not end until it reached the ending and that some characters may not have died despite their deaths being hinted at.

Some plot points were designed to be indirect and vague so the narrative would gradually unfold. Byles recognized the design choice as "risky" and that it may disappoint mainstream players but he felt it enhanced the game's "horror" elements.

The game's pacing was inspired by that of Resident Evil and Silent Hill , in which there were quiet moments with no enemy encounter that help enhance the games' tension.

Byles described the game as "glib" and "cheesy", and said the story and the atmosphere were similar to a typical teen horror movie. The playable characters were set up as typical horror movie archetypes but as the narrative unfolded, these characters would show more nuanced qualities.

The writers felt that, unlike films, games can use quieter moments for characters to express their inner feelings.

With the game's emphasis on players' choices, players can no longer "laugh" at the characters' decisions because they must make these decisions themselves.

It enables the player to relate with the characters and make each death more devastating. The dialogue was reduced significantly when the team began to use the motion capture technology, which facilitates storytelling through acting.

The story was written in a non-linear fashion; chapter 8 was the first to be completed. This ended up causing some inconsistencies in the story.

The development team wanted to invoke fear in the player and ensure the game had the appropriate proportion of terror, horror, and disgust.

Supermassive made most use of terror, which Byles defined as "the dread of an unseen threat". Jason Graves began working on Until Dawn 's music in The scoring process for three orchestra recording sessions lasted for one year.

With the butterfly effect being an important mechanic of the game, Graves used film music editing techniques.

He divided each track into segments and had the orchestra play it piece by piece. He then manipulated the recordings and introduced variations of them in the recording studio.

This was because most of the time was spent recording 8—10 hours worth of atmospheric music and sounds that Graves later combined to invoke different emotions in different scenes.

The Decima game engine was programmed to determine how the music was layered depending on players' choices in the game.

Until Dawn was officially announced at Gamescom and it was initially scheduled to be released in for PlayStation 3.

Until Dawn received a generally positive reception based on reviews, according to review aggregator Metacritic.

Jeff Marchiafava from Game Informer wrote that Supermassive Games had "polished the [adventure game] formula to a triple-A sheen".

He also enjoyed the butterfly effect system because some choices significantly affect the game's narrative.

She also admired the system's complexity and intricacy, which lets the player replay the game to discover new scenes. Carter liked the game's world-building , which he said is extensive and intriguing.

He also praised the cast's performances—singling out Peter Stormare 's performance as therapist Dr. Hill—and the intermission sessions that became increasingly disturbing as the game progressed.

He further added that the control the player has over the events makes Until Dawn "something special".

She also criticized the game's inconsistent tone. Carter called the gameplay of Until Dawn unimaginative, [56] though critics generally agreed the quick time events are well-handled because they help players become immersed in the game; [10] [58] Ray Corriea chose the "Don't Move" prompt as one of the player inputs that further heighten the tension.

He noted, however, the game's cumbersome controls and suggested the shortcoming may originate from the game's origin as a PlayStation Move exclusive.

The company described it as an arcade shooter. Its development began halfway through Until Dawn ' s development.

It is set in the Blackwood Sanatorium sixty years before the original. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Will Byles Nik Bowen [1]. Graham Reznick Larry Fessenden. Rami Malek portrays Josh Washington [20]. Hayden Panettiere portrays Sam Giddings [20].

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They were humans who have been mutated into cannibalistic monsters after eating the flesh of other humans.

The original Wendigo legends originated from First Nation tribes who were present on Mount Madahee from the s until the s. The Cree revered the mountain and its nature; they would hunt elsewhere in belief that it would bring misfortune to harm any animal in the area.

Additionally, They believed harming the mountain itself in any way would inflict a terrible curse. European explorers and mining concerns arrived in the area, eager to make their fortune.

In , they officially started excavating the mountain, finding tin and later, traces of radium. They then mined deeper into the sacred mountain, the Cree claims that the mountain cried out at that moment, and the Wendigo spirits were released.

Since then, there had been many people possessed by the curse according to The Events of the Past , which were hunted by The Stranger 's grandfather, including the Makkapitew , the fiercest of all Wendigos.

Legend of the mountain's rich reserves bruited to more prospectors, a group called The Blasting Crew established mining operations in the winter of This resulted in a tragic disaster with many miners left trapped and eventually starving.

Dozens of men were murdered and cannibalized, and those who did survive through cannibalism had become Wendigos.

In , the mine opened at the site of rich deposits of tin and radium, but over the years the Cree warned the miners that they had unleashed the spirit that dwelled within the mountain, cursing the land and its inhabitants.

In , a structural failure caused part of the mine to cave in, trapping 30 miners. A rescue team later found only 12 survivors [2].

The miners who were still "missing" were hidden away in the archives, but it is clear that the survivors resorted to cannibalism to survive.

The survivors began to display unusual physiological characteristics, and a cover-up ensued as they were illicitly confined in the Sanatorium for study.

The staff observed and experimented on the miners as they swiftly mutated into Wendigos. A few seconds later, the miner breaks free and crawls up a wall and out of the camera's sight.

The nurse comes back in and looks around, before finally looking up and running away in fear. Eventually, the Wendigos broke out of confinement and slaughtered the Sanatorium staff, leaving traces of their destruction that Mike comes to examine.

A Wendigo exhibits a deterioration from previous anatomy, yet becomes stronger and hardier.

They exhibit spinal disfiguration, giving them a hunchback-like appearance. Their teeth are more canine and disfigured.

Their vision is less keen and more influenced by movement. Their muscle mass is almost entirely deteriorated, and the limbs are slender and longer—yet they can easily tear limbs, climb walls, and leap to different spots in the blink of an eye.

Their skin is taut against their bodies much like a glossy, stretched armor. During a Wendigo's metamorphosis, while their skin is being stretched, their bodies also perform different forms of skin torture, such as sweating acids, in order to strengthen their outer coating.

This renders the Wendigo practically impervious against ballistics and sharp weapons. The extreme heat from fire and explosives can burn away the thick skin, inflicting great pain while also rendering them vulnerable to other weapons.

Wendigos also lose their hair and eventually lose their male and female characteristics, becoming skeletal in appearance. They will retain any tattoo or alterations to their skin, such as Hannah 's tattoo and Billy 's scar.

Wendigos are recorded to have some set behavior patterns. They have great predatory skills, often tracking their prey for up to several hours.

It seems they like to hunt prey alone rather than in packs. They do not appear to lose their humanity completely as they can use some human-like tricks to lure their prey.

Another example of this is how Hannah never directly kills Mike, suggesting that some of her affection towards him remains.

She may also spare Josh from death if he recognizes her. Wendigos may also attack each other, possibly as a way to reduce competition for food, or because they are simply sadistic killers.

Wendigos see movement: mobile persons are highlighted in their vision, otherwise they are usually unable to track those who remain still.

Their main way of communication is by screeching, and they can use their vocalizations to scare prey into moving.

They additionally have the ability to mimic the voice of someone they hear. Despite their frail appearance, Wendigos are immensely strong, capable of crushing a human skull with their bare hands and lifting over lbs.

They seem to favor brutal, deliberate methods of killing their prey, such as gouging out the eyes of their victims or impaling them on hooks rather than simply slashing them with their claws, indicating that Wendigos are sadistic, rather than merely animal killers.

The Stranger was hunting the Wendigo, but could not save the two girls from their deaths. However, Hannah survived the fall with a broken leg and wrote a diary from paper she found within the mines.

During the month that she was trapped, she began to starve. As her hunger grew worse, she faced a difficult situation and as a last resort, dug up Beth's corpse and ate her flesh, unwittingly falling into the Wendigo curse.

When Sam and Mike find her diary in Chapter 10 , her last entry is unintelligible as most of the words have been scribbled in.

The first Wendigo is encountered by Mike and Jess, who are being tracked on their way to Washington Cabin. They will hear mysterious screeches as they walk.

Vague shadows can be seen as they make their way, and Mike may hear a strange noise in the mines. The Wendigo can be seen when looking through a telescope.

Sam will hear the same screeching noise after exiting the bathroom to find Josh. Matt and Emily can hear the same screeching noise in the pre-order bonus chapter when they are on their way to find Emily's lost bag.

After mutilating a deer, the Wendigo will then chase the couple until they make it inside a cabin. The Wendigo will continue watching the couple, and soon after throws Jessica's phone through the window.

The Wendigo afterwards will pull Jess through the door's window and drag her off into an abandoned mining facility. If Mike moves quickly, the Wendigo will leave Jessica severely injured, but alive.

If he takes too long, it gives the Wendigo enough time to rip off Jessica's lower jaw, killing her. The Wendigo will then look down towards Mike, giving him enough time to shoot it.

After Mike goes after The Stranger and fails to slide under a door, he will walk through a small, dark tunnel using his lighter.

He will have to stop to relight the lighter and a Wendigo's eyes can be seen behind some slats. The Wendigo is next encountered at the fire tower with Matt and Emily.

It trips the motion sensor and attempts to gain access to the top of the tower by banging on the hatchet. After failing to get inside, it climbs back down and cuts the lines holding the tower in place.

By cutting the lines, the entire structure collapses and Matt and Emily fall into the mines. If Matt jumps to safety instead of saving Emily, the Wendigo will scurry off into the night.

If Matt attempts to save Emily and falls into the mine, he will then be encountered by the Wendigo. If he does not have the flare gun to defend himself against it, he will be killed by having his chin impaled on a hook.

After Emily is shown making her way through the tunnels, she hears screeching and yelling with the occasional burst of fire. After Emily unsuccessfully tries to run away from the Stranger, a Wendigo can be seen behind him, and he quickly gives her some flares to help her and pushes her down a chute.

Despite the Stranger's efforts, she is tracked by a Wendigo which shows up behind a man-made wall when Emily is entering a gap.

Emily reaches a fork in the path and will be greeted by a scare from the Wendigo if she decided to go right, slowing her down. The Wendigo takes a more proactive approach and forces an elevator Emily is riding to the surface to come to a stop.

She has to stay still if she turned right at the fork to potentially avoid being caught. She jumps off the elevator and makes an escape attempt with the Wendigo in hot pursuit.

Emily then encounters a conveyor belt leading to an ore grinder. She can stay on and potentially fall into the grinder, crushing her lower body and killing her.

If she jumps off the conveyor and has the flare gun, she can shoot the Wendigo. Emily slams a door and locks it, and depending on whether she shot the Wendigo or not, the Wendigo will break through the door and will either bite her or not.

After a few more QTEs, she will successfully evade the Wendigo and return to the lodge. Fortunately, the Stranger arrives to investigate moments later, prompting Hannah to retreat.

Later, Hannah continues the hunt by trailing Emily and Matt along the cliffs to the radio tower while they attempt to call for help: tripping the motion sensor light almost instantly, she attempts to break through the trapdoor and attack the two; when this fails, she begins cutting the tower support cables, sending the badly-maintained radio tower crashing into the mines.

There, Matt has to choose between saving Emily from the collapsing remains of the tower or jumping to safety: attempting to save Emily results in Matt falling deeper into the mines, where he is promptly attacked by Hannah.

If Matt took and kept the flare gun from the tower, he can frighten her off with a flare; if not, he will be dragged into the Wendigo's larder, where he is impaled through the throat on a hook and left to slowly die.

During Emily's journey through the mines, she eventually meets the Stranger - though she quickly mistakes him for the " Psycho " terrorizing the mountain.

When Hannah ambushes the two of them, the Stranger throws her a bag of flares and tells her to run while he attacks the Wendigo with his flamethrower.

However, Hannah is eventually able to evade the Stranger and return to shadowing Emily, attacking her during her escape from the mines; in the event that Emily is able to avoid death by eyeball perforations - or from being bisected in the mine's rock crusher - she will escape the mines alive.

However, if she doesn't have the flare gun with her, the Wendigo will manage to bite her on the shoulder - later causing problems due to misconceptions concerning the source of the Wendigo curse.

After Emily manages to make it back to the lodge and reunite with the other player characters gathered there, they are visited by the Stranger, who - after disarming Mike and Chris - finally explains the nature of the threat facing them, including the fact that the spirit of the Wendigo will be unleashed if anyone in the mountains resorts to cannibalism.

Mike, having been under the impression that Josh was responsible for Jessica's death, belatedly remembers the various glimpses of the Wendigo he caught during his journey between the lodge, the cabin and the mine shaft.

Worse still, he remembers that he left Josh tied up in the shack, exposed and defenseless should the Wendigo invade the estate. Though the Stranger tells him that Josh will already be dead, Chris plans a rescue attempt, prompting the Stranger to escort him through the forest.

However, the shack is empty except for a broken chair and a pool of blood. Leaving the scene as quickly as possible, they are promptly ambushed by Hannah, who decapitates the Stranger and pursues Chris back to the lodge.

If Chris misses the button prompts and fails to hit Hannah with the shotgun in time, she will decapitate him.

However, even if he makes it back to the lodge, his survival is dependent on his relationship with Ashley: if he tried to sacrifice her life during Josh's final game, she will lock him out of the building and allow the Wendigo to rip his head off - she spares his life in all other eventualities.

Regardless of whether Chris survives or not, Hannah is seen dragging an unconscious Josh into the forest soon after.

Realizing that Josh has the only key for the cable car and thus the only means of escaping the mountain, Mike decides to track down the Wendigo's lair in the hopes of rescuing him.

Travelling through the lodge's underground passage to the Sanatorium, he hopes to find a way back into the mines; unfortunately, the trail proves more complicated than the last time, leading him and one of the Stranger's pet wolves, depending on Mike's choices on a roundabout route through the Psychiatric Wing of the Sanatorium.

There, he finds that without the Stranger to keep them in check, the imprisoned Wendigo are in the process of escaping: at least four can break free of their restraints and pursue Mike through the building, hounding him at every turn.

While wandering through the mines Ashely can hear Jessica's voice. Mashley may choose to follow it and open a trapdoor.

Doing so will lead to Hannah jumping and killing her by ripping her head off. Hannah will then drag Ahely's body away.

If Chris was left behind and Ashely died, Hannah will always kill Chris. If Ashely did not unlock the trapdoor and Chris was left behind, he may be able to survive if he doesn't unlock the trapdoor.

If Chris was not left behind, Chris will survive regradless of what happens even if Ashely died. Sam ends up finding and rescuing Mike, usually around the time Mike is forced to blow up the Stranger's supply of flammables and set the Sanatorium ablaze.

Unfortunately, not only are several Wendigo spirits released into the air, but the ongoing destruction of the Sanatorium allows the surviving Wendigo captives to escape as well.

Following the path back into the mines, Sam and Mike find their way down to Hannah's lair; along the way, they have the opportunity to locate both Beth's grave and Hannah's diary - whereupon they realize the prime Wendigo's true identity.

From here, the two are forced through a larder of Hannah's past victims, including not only the Stranger but any other playable characters who have died prior to this chapter; unknown to them, Hannah is watching them from the depths of the nearby lake, waiting for them to return.

Sure enough, once Josh has been rescued and Sam allowed to climb to safety, Mike and Josh are forced to leave via the lake - and are immediately ambushed by Hannah.

If the player was unable to uncover Hannah's diary, Josh will realize the truth too late and die from a crushed skull; if the diary was uncovered, Josh will notice the butterfly tattoo on the Wendigo's shoulder in time and shout Hannah's name; recognizing her brother at last, Hannah spares his life, dragging him away unharmed.

Shortly afterwards, if Jessica or Matt or both have survived, they will find themselves at the bottom of the mine shaft.

Though injured and confused by the events of the last few hours, they are able to continue through the mine until Hannah arrives to continue the hunt: attempting to run will mean instant death for Jessica, and possibly for Matt if the button prompts are not enacted in time.

However, if the player can remain still, Jessica and Matt will survive the night. Upon Mike and Sam's return to the lodge, they find the surviving characters if any fleeing from a pack of Wendigo; having escaped the Sanatorium, they have traversed the passageway between it and the lodge, invading the building from within.

Unfortunately, attempting to flee through the front door leaves them face-to-face with Hannah. Fortunately, the other Wendigo do not tolerate Hannah's presence, either mistaking her for prey due to their motion-sensitive eyesight or perceiving her as a potential competitor; whatever the case, a fight breaks out, with the Sanatorium Wendigos ganging up on Hannah and Hannah tearing many of them limb from limb.

Over the course of the battle, they damage a gas pipe, giving Mike and Sam the idea of blowing up the lodge. Depending on the players' decision, Sam and Mike either give their friends the time to escape and blow the lodge up after getting out themselves, or blow the lodge up with everyone inside, leaving no survivors.

One way or another, the Wendigos are effectively purged from the mountain. However, if Josh survived the game the Wendigo curse lives on: having been trapped in Hannah's lair and possessed by another Wendigo spirit, Josh finds himself driven by the same hunger that consumed his sister.

Starving and unable to escape, he feasts upon the corpses stored in Hannah's larder, gradually transforming into a Wendigo. By the time the rescue workers arrive, he is eating the Stranger's head and half-transformed, allowing him to make short work of the policemen who would have rescued him.

If Josh is the sole survivor he still partially transforms but merely looks at the camera as the policemen will not find him.

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