Bandai Namco confirmed yesterday that The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, the second game of the series of The Dark Pictures Anthology will be released on October 30th. Produced by Supermassive Games, the game features a new cast of characters and script, but promises the same cinematic horror experience as Man of Medan.
Supermassive Games announces the release date of The Dark Pictures: Little Hope. The game will be released on October 30, just in time for Halloween. From that date, you can play the game on your PC, PlayStation 4, or Xbox One. When the developer announced The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, the developer was aiming for a release this summer, but development has been delayed due to the corona crisis.
In Litte Hope, four college students and their teacher must escape from an isolated and abandoned city while being chased by ghostly apparitions. You can get more information on the title by watching the video below.
Players who will purchase the title during pre-order will have early access to the game’s “Curator’s Cut”, which will give them access to alternative scenes with different playable characters. The content will be available for free to all players three months after the game’s release.
The game is set in a small English village with a history of witchcraft. You can play the game on your own, but there is also a shared story mode for two players and offline movie night mode for two to five players.
In addition, there are also several special versions of the game. Additionally, the Dark Pictures Anthology collection also includes predecessor of Man of Medan, as well as various pins, a map of the world, and a steelbook case.
Recall that The Dark Pictures: Little Hope will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 30.