Bandai Namco’s anthology game The Dark Pictures is out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC later this year.
Little Hope, the title of Bandai Namco in the anthology The Dark Pictures, already has a release date: it will be on October 30 when we can play on Playstation 4, Xbox One or PC (here in digital format) to this new installment that aims to offer horror and tension alone or also play story mode with two online users and up to five friends locally with Movie Night mode. The title has also advanced its arrival with different game editions according to the interests of each consumer.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will feature basic, limited, and collector’s editions, as well as a pre-order bonus. The game can now be reserved in digital stores and in the stores that participate in the promotion:
- The limited edition, which will only be in some stores to be defined, includes the Little Hope and Man of Medan games, a cloth map from The Dark Pictures, two pins and a metal case (with 4 disc slots).
- The Collector’s Edition includes the Little Hope set, a cloth map from The Dark Pictures, two pins, a metal case (with 4 disc slots), and a replica of Mary’s 1692 stick figure. This edition will be exclusive to the BNEE online store.
- Extra for pre-ordering the game: Early Access to the Conservative Version (new scenes added to the film version, with different playable characters and new choices and consequences).
A quick detour, and all hell breaks loose.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope opens on October 30. Pre-order the game now to unlock early access to The Curator’s Cut! https://t.co/nzFr1a57Ju pic.twitter.com/7F6pXlKkOp
– Bandai Namco Spain (@BandaiNamcoES) July 8, 2020
The terror of some students
The game chronicles the misadventures of four university students and their professor, when they are trapped in the middle of a leafy fog in the abandoned city of Little Hope. The objective is to try to escape while the city’s past haunts and, of course, they try to survive while escaping from this hell. The game is developed by Supermassive Games, specialists in titles of this cut and who have previously signed works such as Man of Medan.