Supermassive Games is quickly becoming a horror game heavy-hitter in the world of game devs, having gifted players with titles such as Until Dawn (which we gave an 8), Until Dawn’s VR counterpart The Inpatient (which we gave a 7.7) and most recently Man of Medan (which we gave a 7.5).
With the release of Man of Medan, Supermassive has launched an anthology series of slightly shorter and more affordable horror games titled The Dark Pictures. These anthology games, much like Until Dawn, are an interactive drama, relying on quick-time events and decision making.
The second Dark Pictures instalment is titled Little Hope, and will see you control 4 college students and their professor desperately attempting to escape horrific visions and other nasties as they flee through an impenetrable fog.
Announced by the publisher BANDAI NAMCO, we now know to expect the release of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope on PS4, Xbox One and PC in Winter, 2020.
This announcement comes to us at the end of a new teaser trailer released by BANDAI NAMCO, that consists of various influencers reacting to Man of Medan, with a cheeky look at Little Hope snuck in at the end of the video. Give the trailer a look at below:
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will release on PS4, Xbox One and PC Winter, 2020.
Have you played Man of Medan? Are you looking forward to the next game in The Dark Pictures Anthology? Let us know.