On the heels of his viral P.T. video from last month, YouTuber Lance McDonald — with the assistance of Boundary Break — has made even more unusual discoveries in the game that has seemingly refused to yield its secrets, including the map of the so-called endless hallway and Lisa’s movements in certain loops.
Recorded by McDonald and hosted by Boundary Break, the video details the hallway maps, showing that the levels are indeed only one-hallway deep until players reach a certain point, in which a second loop loads. On the 14th loop — the “trippy red level”, the map changes to show a series of interconnected hallways and previously unused eyeballs.
On the loop where the window drops to act as a jumpscare, the YouTubers noticed something interesting about Lisa’s movements. In that loop, players’ attention is directed upwards to the source of the noise, only to see Lisa watching from above. Once players notice her, she creepily moves backwards, out of sight, giving players the feeling that they’re being watched and even possibly followed.
The YouTubers discovered that, not only is that floor simply one completely closed off room with no access to it, the way in which Lisa moves is bizarre — even comical. Instead of slowly walking backwards, Lisa’s right leg crosses over and stays in place while her left leg and rest of her body move backwards, her thigh being revealed as her dress pulls away. While doing so, she begins to shake her upper body, even cracking a smile as she collapses to the ground in a weirdly contorted pose.
Fans were surprised by Lisa’s movements — some even illustrating the absurd moment.
— Lance McDonald (@manfightdragon) January 11, 2020
Those interested in seeing Lisa’s smile and thigh up close will unfortunately have to be content with Boundary Break’s video for now; in the meantime, Artur Łączkowski, creator of a near-perfect playable P.T. emulation, has pieced together a playable version of the world outside the looping hallways based off McDonald’s previous video.