The Outlast plot originates from Nazi experiments. Meanwhile, the Massive Mountain Psychiatric Hospital is affiliated with a cult of demons. In addition to being an extremely successful survival horror game with scares.
With a concealed appearance are the usual psychopathic syndrome cures. The MKUltra project at the Massive mountain psychiatric institute is geared toward illegal human experiments.
The inhumane experiments at the Massive Mountain Psychiatric Institute were primarily geared towards brainwashing experimental objects. They direct them into Lucid Dreams. It is a dream in which people know they are dreaming and are capable of controlling the events in them.
Other barbaric experiments have targeted physical torture through sleep therapies such as overuse of barbiturate sedatives. With the use of these stimulants and addictive substances. The consequence is that most of the animals have nerve suppression leading to madness or abnormal suicide.
More than 20 years later, the Murkoff company now has a great reputation in the world and is a well-known drug manufacturer. They contacted and reopened the Massive Mountain Psychiatric Institute and re-started the MKUltra project.
Murkoff’s aim is to both find a way to perfect The Walrider. Along with that is to use the experimental objects in the institute to directly research their new drugs to maximize profits.
The survivors wander inside and try to kill each other, a SWAT employee in his dying warns Miles to leave as soon as possible. But with the curiosity of a reporter Miles determined to come to terms with the same incident, he was constantly pursued by the individuals that were left here. Among them the most dangerous is Chris Walker.
In the Outlast storyline, Chris Walker is a security officer at the Massive Mountain Psychiatric Institute, a retired Afghan veteran. When The Walrider escaped the Massive Mountain psychiatric hospital, Chris Walker was the culprit of the massacre here. He was playing the main villain role in Outlast while repeatedly chasing Miles.