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The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope: Reveal Trailer And Screenshots [VIDEO]

Supermassive Games (known for their PlayStation 4-exclusive Until Dawn) and Bandai Namco shared new photos and the first trailer of the second instalment of The Dark Pictures Anthology.

„In Little Hope, abandoned and all alone, four college students and their professor are trapped by a mysterious fog in the isolated eponym town. They search desperately for a means of escape whilst visions from the town’s occult-steeped past haunt them from the shadows. In order to stay alive, they must uncover the mysteries behind these relentlessly-pursuing dark apparitions before evil forces drag each of their souls to hell!

Players can take the role of each of the five protagonists of this brand-new cast, one of them being represented by Will Poulter. Like the first game, Man of Medan, Little Hope is designed to be replayable with multiple storylines, paths and endings. Each decision will matter and can have repercussions on who survives or meets their demise!

The Curator, the omniscient figure voiced by Pip Torrens which overarches the series, will be back to witness the progress of players, giving them an occasional “hint” if they wish so. The Shared Story mode and the Movie Night mode, allowing multiple players to share their story online or offline, will also return as game modes, alongside the standard Theatrical Cut and the Curator’s Cut. The latter will be available earlier as a pre-order bonus,” Bandai Namco’s press release says.

Movie Night might not be the best idea in this coronavirus pandemic, but it’s still a good party game for a night. The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is going to launch this summer (due to COVID-19, it’s the best idea to not share an exact launch day, as they can delay the game a bit if some home office work is required) on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: Gematsu

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