Get a first look at the gameplay for Little Hope in a new Dev Diary!
Horror returns later this year when the next chapter in The Dark Pictures Anthology arrives with the release of Little Hope coming in Summer 2020. Before that however, developer Supermassive Games CEO Pete Samuels gives us an insight into the game and what makes it different from the previous game Man of Medan. The series is intended to be a series of short narrative driven stories, which share gameplay elements and also have different characters/settings. Each one will have a different team working on it and will all include multiple ways to play such as Co-op, Single player and allow replayability.
The upcoming game will take place in an abandoned town called a Little Hope (hence the name), which has a dark history and a source for the 17th century witch trials. Players will be able to take on a 4-5 hour story with a small college class of playable characters. They've also drawn inspiration from other media such as The Blair Witch, Hellraiser and Silent Hill to name a few.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will launch later this summer for PC, Xbox One and PS4.