What you need to know
- The Dark Pictures Anthology is planned as an eight-game series of horror titles being developed by Supermassive Games.
- The second entry is called The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope and was scheduled to arrive in Summer 2020.
- Supermassive Games has delayed Little Hope until sometime in Fall 2020.
Previously, Supermassive Games had announced that the second game in its horror octology, The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, would be arriving sometime in Summer 2020. Unfortunately, horror game fans will be waiting a little while longer. Today, Supermassive Games shared the news that as a result of working from home, the The Dark Pictures: Little Hope is being delayed until Fall 2020.
This decision came as a result of the team working from home due to the ongoing pandemic and needing more time as a result. You can read the full statement below.
Little Hope looks to explore a mysterious town with a haunted past dealing in witchcraft. The first entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology was Man of Medan, which released in 2019.
In my review of Man of Medan, I noted "There's plenty of great spooky stuff to go through, though the story feels a bit too safe and restrained compared to Supermassive's prior work. At around $30 and about four hours to play through, with plenty of replayability, this is well worth grabbing if you're interested in narrative-driven horror games."
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Into the dark and deep
Supermassive Games' The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is a narrative-driven horror game that tasks player with surviving supernatural nightmares and managing a cast of characters. If you loved Until Dawn, this is sure to be your type of game.
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