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A short trailer at the end of Man of Medan reveals a 2020 release date for The Dark Pictures: Little Hope. Twitter user slashthrasher shared the trailer.
Little Hope seems to be the name of a quaint town where some strange goings-on are occurring. It looks like you’ll be trying to keep another group of young adults alive, though Supermassive has traded a ghost ship for spooky forests.
Man of Medan and Little Hope are the first two games in a planned series of stand-alone, cinematic branching horror games from the Until Dawn developer. “Each game in the series will feature a brand new story, setting, and characters,” Pete Samuels, CEO and Executive Producer at Supermassive Games, said in a blog post in August last year. “The Anthology format gives us the opportunity to tap into a variety of horror sub-genres. We’ve identified 39 that we’d love to represent in the Anthology, but that would take some time!”
GameSpot recently reviewed Man of Medan, with James O’Conner saying, “If you can organize a session with someone else who owns the game and play through the whole thing together, it’s an excellent experience; but if you’re after another single-player horror narrative experience like the one offered in Until Dawn, it’s very disappointing. As a show of the potential for the Dark Pictures Anthology, Man of Medan is largely a success, but as a first episode, it leaves plenty to be desired.”