In an all-new developer diary, Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games and Executive Producer of the Dark Picture Anthology is giving fans their first glimpse at the upcoming survival-horror experience ahead of the games Summer 2020 launch.
After playing The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan, it’s not hard to understand how many have become fans of the game. Its story and multiple story arcs have drawn horror fans into the all-new franchise from the team that brought us the PlayStation 4 exclusive horror game, Until Dawn.
Now, Pete Samuels, the CEO of Supermassive Games and Executive Producer of The Dark Pictures Anthology is ready to gear fans up for its successor title, Little Hope, which is set to launch for current-gen consoles later this year. The all-new dev diary gives us a look into the creative process behind the game and how Supermassive Games is using the gruesome New England witch trials of 1692 to inspire the story of the game.
In the dev diary, Pete gives us a deeper look into those very details, their influences, and how their inspirations helped create another eerie story, one that will actually make fans uncomfortable to play through every second of the game, just as they did with us in Man of Medan. To improve the experience, the team used fan feedback from 2019’s Man of Medan in order to help improve their upcoming title and deliver an even more expensive experience.
Those of you wanting to check out the latest dev diary, you can check it out below:
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will launch in summer 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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