Bandai Namco has announced a release date for the second entry in the horror anthology, The Dark Pictures: Little Hope.
Bandai Namco and Supermassive Games has announced a release date for the second entry in the horror anthology, The Dark Pictures: Little Hope.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is set to be released for all major consoles and the PC on October 30th (just in time for Halloween). The release date is for all major consoles and the PC version (via Steam).
The game was originally set to launch during the Summer but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was pushed back to the Fall Season but no official date was given. Horror fans should be aware that the release date for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is subject to change.
The second entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology, players will embark on another journey into horror in a story narrated by the Curator (played by Pip Torrens). Little Hope follows a group of college students and their professor as they explore an abandoned town. However, a mysterious fog surrounds the area and traps them in the town.
As they search for an escape, they have haunted visions of the town’s occult-steeped past. The group must work to uncover the towns mystery while being pursue by evil forces. Players will take on the role of each character during their journey and the visions they have. Each action taken will determines if the group escapes the nightmare or not.
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