Bandai Namco has announced a recover window for Little Hope, a second section in Supermassive Games’ Dark Pictures Anthology.
Following in a condemned footsteps of final year’s Man of Medan, that was an beguiling outing into a universe of nautical nightmares, Little Hopes aims to take a opposite proceed to iconic fear tropes.
Little Hope follows 4 college students and their professor, who all find themselves trapped by a puzzling haze in an removed farming town. It’s a signature fear setup, definition awful things are firm to follow in a identical capillary to fear classics like Blair Witch. Midsommar’s Will Poulter is also along for a float as a categorical character.
While acid for an escape, a expel of characters event on a town’s condemned story soaked in bizarre occurrences and hurtful happenings of a Occult variety. If they aren’t careful, their trusting souls will be dragged true to ruin and will never return.
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“We’re unequivocally vehement to speak some-more about Little Hope! As a second section in The Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope is an all new and unfortunate story for players to experience.”
“Whether they are personification alone or with friends we can’t wait for players to get their hands on a Little Hope this summer”, pronounced Pete Samuels, CEO Supermassive Games and Executive Producer of The Dark Pictures.
Man of Medan didn’t strech a considerable heights of Until Dawn, though it was still a terrifying small journey that valid to be a blast with friends, nonetheless it was infrequently hold behind by technical hiccups.
“This is a plain commencement to what we wish becomes a noted preference of practical fear outings. The environment here didn’t do most for me if I’m ideally honest, though a noted characters, razor pointy pacing and well-placed scares make it glorious fun with a few friends by your side,” reads a 3.5/5 review.