After being teased at the end of Man of Medan, the next title in Supermassive Games’ Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, has officially been announced.
Supermassive Games earned a while lot of horror rep when it released Until Dawn, 2015’s acclaimed interactive teen-slasher flick. Not wishing to let an opportunity slide, the studio quickly announced an eight-part anthology of blood-curdling short games and firmly established their niche.
The first in the Dark Pictures Anthology, Man of Medan, certainly didn’t disappoint; so fans have been desperate to hear about the next eerie instalment in the series ever since, and now the wait is over. Little Hope is the second game in the Dark Pictures Anthology, revealed along with a new trailer that stars several streamers and youtubers reacting to the in-game teaser that featured at the end of Man of Medan.
Four college students and their professor find themselves trapped in the abandoned town of Little Hope. Desperate for a means of escape, the group are plagued by horrific visions and an impenetrable fog that closes in tighter and tighter around them. If they want to survive, they must find the meaning behind the events, the root of the evil, and how it’s connected to them.
Little Hope is scheduled for release in the Summer of this year. Check out the new reveal trailer below, or head over to the series’ official website for more information.