Bethesda and Tango Gameworks have released a trailer for the third and final DLC pack for The Evil Within, The Executioner.

The Executioner DLC add-on for The Evil Within will hulk out the survival horror aspect of the game. In this final expansion, you'll be playing as the vile and nefarious Keeper, also known as the Boxman. You'll get to use The Keeper's spiked hammer and drag along his burlap bag filled with body parts as we get a new perspective on this mammoth monstrosity. Surprisingly, the game will actually drop its Resident Evil 4-inspired fixed camera, meaning that the over-the-shoulder camera angle will be gone in favor of The Keeper playing from a first-person perspective. We guess that The Keeper was just far too large to put the camera behind him as Tango did with Sebastian Castellanos throughout the main game and Julie Kidman in The Evil Within's other two DLC packs. Unfortunately, The Executioner is going to be a bit shorter than the previous two DLC chapters, but at least we'll get something drastically different. The Keeper will get his own set of weapons and upgrades, while we also get to learn more about what makes this horrific hulk tick.

The Evil Within: The Executioner will launch on May 26 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game. It will cost $4.99 on its own and is also included alongside The Assignment and The Consequences DLC packs (which cost $9.99 a piece) in the game's $19.99 Season Pass.