What you need to know
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan is an upcoming horror game from Supermassive Games.
- The developer previously worked on Until Dawn for PlayStation 4.
- The next chapter in the anthology is called Little Hope.
- You can preorder Man of Medan for $30 through the Microsoft Store.
The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of standalone, branching cinematic horror games featuring a multiplayer mode. In The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan, five friends set sail on a holiday diving trip that soon changes into something much more sinister. You're tasked with exploring a ghost ship and uncovering the mystery behind it. Luckily, the wait won't be too long because it's coming on Friday.
Reviewers have managed to beat the game and it seems like there's a teaser for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope at the end of Man of Medan. It's an alleged secret ending. Again, we see a number of characters trying to escape a supernatural threat. However, this time around it seems like some entity was summoned by a child. It'll be interesting to see where the game takes us in 2020.
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