At Gamescom 2018, Supermassive Games announced "The Dark Pictures Anthology" series for Xbox One and other platforms. Today, GameSpot posted extended footage from the first game, called "Man Of Medan". The team's previous game, Until Dawn, was a PlayStation 4 exclusive, locking Xbox One and PC gamers out of what was a terrifying experience.
According to Eurogamer, developer Supermassive Games is embracing the anthology format to explore a bevy of horror sub-genres. The studio has partnered with Bandai Namco to make sure development goes smoothly.
During the Inside Xbox show a few days ago, a spokesperson from Supermassive Games said that it planned on releasing two games every year.
Until Dawn was a great game and we can't wait to experience how the developer can refine the formula, while bringing it to more players than ever before.
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