The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Dev Diary Released

Little Hope Dev Diary
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

Little Hope is the next entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology developed by Supermassive Games and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. This anthology series focuses on various sub-genres of Horror and is a very ambitious project. Each entry comes with improvements in gameplay as well. The Little Hope dev diary is now available, and showcases development, and what inspired the game’s setting.

Supermassive Games has earned a reputation for its highly interactive and branching horror games, like Until Dawn and Man of Medan.

Little Hope Dev Diary

This dev diary features Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games and Executive Producer of The Dark Pictures Anthology. He walks us through the development and influences of Little Hope.

You can watch the dev diary below.

Supermassive Games is also relying on player feedback from the last entry, Man of Medan. This allows them to iron out any issues players previously had, and every new entry is improved based on the reception of the previous one.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

Little Hope is headed to PC, Xbox One, PS4 in Summer 2020.

Both Until Dawn and Man of Medan were commercial successes, and we expect Little Hope to do even better.

Pre-order Little Hope

The game is available for pre-order on consoles, and is priced at $30, just like Man of Medan.

It will be available through Steam as well, but a pre-order page is not live, as of yet.

If you’re on PC, and want to try it out the series, Man of Medan is 50% off on Steam right now.

What do you think about the latest dev diary? Are you excited about the title? Let us know in the comments below and share your thoughts.

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