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The Devil in Me: The Next Eerie Instalment Of The Dark Pictures Anthology Is Officially Unveiled [VIDEO]

The Dark Pictures Anthology is a new series from the developers of Until Dawn, launched a few years ago, which features several creepy stories from different sub-genres of horror. The latest episode, House of Ashes, is a take on demon horror, but Supermassive Games isn’t slowing down and has already unveiled the next instalment, the trailer for which you can watch below.

 

A screenshot and the title of this episode, which will indeed be The Devil In Me, was released over the summer, and Supermassive is calling this the final episode of the so-called “season one”. Of course, we can only speak of a season in the sense that The Dark Pictures anthology series, Man of Medan, Little Hope, House of Ashes and The Devil In Me belong to a single sub-series. Still, there is a very loose connection between them, created by the narrator, Curator.

The trailer for The Devil In Me below is available to those who have already played through House of Ashes, which is not difficult as it is a game that can be completed in 5-6 hours. The trailer probably features the main villain of The Devil In Me talking, sharing that he sees killing as pretty much an art, as he considers it the most beautiful thing in life to bleed someone to death. He’s undoubtedly the one we’ll have to fear. It seems that this time, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Saw are the reference films, as well as the zombie-like figure that appears is also telling which horror sub-genre the new The Dark Pictures episode will fall into.

We can probably expect The Devil In Me in 2022, but let’s wait and see! In any case, House of Ashes will be released on October 22nd, tomorrow, for PS4-5, PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. There will be a second season. That’s almost certainly because Supermassive said they had at least eight episodes in the pipeline at the series launch.

Source: Gematsu

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