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'Little Hope' Is The Next Game From The Studio Behind 'Until Dawn'

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'Little Hope' Is The Next Game From The Studio Behind 'Until Dawn'

Bandai Namco has announced that the next game in The Dark Pictures Anthology will be called Little Hope. The new title, which is set for release this summer, will follow in the footsteps of the first game in the Anthology, Man of Medan, and keep with the disturbing horror theme.

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The announcement came alongside a trailer which shows off a little of what we can expect from Little Hope. In true horror style, four college students are trapped in an abandoned town along with their professor, and they'll need to survive nightmare visions and an impenetrable fog in order to escape.

You can check out the trailer below (or click here for a direct link). A good chunk of it shows Man of Medan footage, so fast forward to around 2:00 for your first look at Little Hope.


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Little Hope is being developed by Supermassive Games, the studio behind the PlayStation 4-exclusive horror hit, Until Dawn. As with Man of Medan before it, you'll be able to play Little Hope solo or in two different multiplayer modes, including 'Movie Night' which enables you to play with up to five players in a local cooperative setting. Perfect if you get a little jumpy playing horror games on your own!

The Dark Pictures Anthology was first announced back in 2018 as a series of intense, standalone, branching cinematic horror games, similar to the style of the popular TV series, American Horror Story. Each game aims to "combine atmospheric environments with powerful storytelling to create a terrifying new gaming experience".

Little Hope / Credit: Bandai Namco
Little Hope / Credit: Bandai Namco
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"We've been delighted by the reaction from players and the success of Man of Medan as the first instalment of The Dark Pictures Anthology," comments Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games. "We really appreciate feedback from the community and the team remains committed to the goal of making each new instalment deliver further thrilling horror experiences, with the next chapter, Little Hope, bringing an all new and disturbing horror story to the anthology."

There's no set release date for Little Hope quite yet, though it's expected to release some time this summer on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

And in other horror-related news, it looks like the remake of Resident Evil 3 will be getting a demo ahead its release. So you should be all set for a dose of horror to see you through until the official launch on April 3.

Featured Image Credit: Bandai Namco

Topics: bandai namco

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