Until Dawn is known for its critically survival horror game. Supermassive Games have rolled out their upcoming project, The Dark Pictures Anthology. Previous year’s Man of Medan told a story of a group of College students who find themselves aboard a ghost ship. So finally, the next entry of a new horror story has nearly kept its step in the franchise.
A recent trailer revealed about the anthology’s next installment, Little Hope which will release for PS$, Xbox One and PC sometime in the Summer 2020, nearly a year after the release of the Man of Medan. Also, Amazon has opened their doors for the pre-orders for The Dark Picture: Little Hope.
The Dark Pictures: little hope – Just like Until dawn and the first game of Dark Picture, Little will also involve playing as several distinct characters from a third-person view and you will have to make decisions as the story will move forward which will affect numerous outcomes. Every decision you make will decide how the character will evolve over the course of the game. These decisions will decide your relation with the others. As a result, there are several possible endings and the different ways that different thing will turn out in Little Hope. So, you will have to think carefully about your next move.
Little Hope is a completely new story and doesn’t continue the previous sequels, so it is not required to play the first game in order to play this one.The Dark Pictures: little hope But, if you want to give the Man of Medan a try then it is available for sale right now. Also, there is a free Curator’s Cut that is available on each platform that shows you new scenes that can be played from the perspective of the other players.