The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will release in October

Supermassive Games has confirmed the new release date for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, and that date is now October 30th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game was originally scheduled to release this summer but COVID 19 had a massive impact on development, and that led to a delay. Still it seems more fitting that a horror game will release around Halloween. The game will feature a horrifying tale and you can get the synopsis following the first gameplay look at Little Hope.


Abandoned and all alone after their bus crashes in bad weather, four college students and their teacher become stranded in the isolated town of Little Hope.  Trapped by a mysterious fog, they search desperately for a means of escape whilst terrifying visions from the past haunt them from the shadows.  After bearing witness to the town’s gruesome past, and the terrible events of 17th Century Witch trials, hellish beings pursue them relentlessly. Trapped in Little Hope they try to figure out the motivation of these demonic apparitions before the evil forces at work drags each of their souls to hell! 

Like Man of Medan players can play through Little Hope alone or through multiplayer in the two player Shared Story mode and the local five player Movie Night mode. Every decision matters as everyone in the story can either live through the events or be killed off. Little Hope will have some gameplay design changes compared to Man of Medan. Some sections will have a floating camera so you can view the surroundings, QTE alerts, and context sensitive icons for interactive objects in the world.

In our The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan review, Tuffcub wrote:

Mad of Medan looks and sounds gorgeous, but it’s spoiled by some technical issues and, depending on your choices, characters doing stupid things just so the plot can continue, both of which break the flow of what could have been a decent horror story. It’s an excellent night or two’s entertainment with a bunch of mates in a dark room and plenty of beer, though playing by yourself or online with a chum is an altogether more muted experience. This is a fair start to The Dark Pictures Anthology.
You can read the full review here.
Source: PS Blog
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