The Past Never Stays Buried in Story-Heavy THE DARK PICTURES: LITTLE HOPE Reveal Trailer


Category: The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

The Past Never Stays Buried in Story-Heavy THE DARK PICTURES: LITTLE HOPE Reveal Trailer

Supermassive Games' The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope has received its first full trailer, allowing us to take a closer look at the horror title's five protagonists trapped by a mysterious fog in the abandoned town of Little Hope. After watching the video, it's safe to say that it shares quite a few similarities with Silent Hill.

Those who have played 2019's The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan should know exactly what to expect from Little Hope. According to CEO of Supermassive Games Pete Samuels, the studio "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."

In Little Hope, players will try to make sure that four college students and their professor manage to escape from the titular location. Naturally, it will be playable with up to 5 players in an offline pass-the-pad mode.

Although this information has not been confrimed by publisher Bandai Namco yet, German retailer Saturn recently revealed that the second entry in the Dark Pictures series would release on PS4, XBO & PC this June.

Wait no more, and check out the official The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope reveal trailer down below:

You've survived the raging South Pacific Seas, but a new nightmare is looming. Meet the brave souls who faced down the Man of Medan and prepare yourself for the inescapable horrors that will find you in the Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope!

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in summer 2020.

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