Supermassive Games and Bandai Namco have released a brand new trailer for the upcoming The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope. This trailer is titled Secrets & Premonitions and it gives a glimpse at some gameplay as well as a few behind the scenes looks. There is even a little look at the multiplayer. Little Hope itself is due to be released on October 30th following a delay from earlier this year, and it is currently coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One though with backwards compatibility will work on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
The follow up to last year’s The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan, Little Hope is a thematically similar horror game, but its story is unrelated as part of an anthology style series. They’re tied together by The Curator, voiced by Pip Torrens to introduce each story, witness the player’s progress and maybe give a hint or two.
Little Hope takes you from the South Pacific to the titular abandoned town, trapping four college students and their professor amidst impenetrable fog and tormenting them with nightmarish visions. The game won’t have you simply trying to escape, but understand the meaning of these events and try to connect them together, seemingly you’ll be hopping back and forth between time periods to do so.
In our preview for Little Hope, Steve wrote:
…the demo was hugely effective in piquing my interest. I am now looking forward to finding out more about the traumatic history of the town of Little Hope and seeing who will survive… and what will be left of them.
You can read the full preview for Little Hope here.