The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope delayed to fall 2020

Earlier this year, video game publisher Bandai Namco announced the next installment in The Dark Pictures Anthology series titled Little Hope, which is to be a standalone title. The game is preceded by Man of Medan, the first title in the survival horror series. Initially, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope was slated for release this summer.

Today the game's developer, Supermassive Games, announced that the second part in The Dark Pictures Anthology has been delayed. Little Hope is now due out fall 2020. This is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which has forced people around the world to work from home.

The game's premise is similar to that of Man of Medan, although the story is completely separate as are the characters. Little Hope follows the stories of four college students and their teacher in a mysterious town, alternating between snippets of the past and present to unravel the story. It will feature three modes: a Solo Story mode, an offline five-player Movie Night mode, and an online dual player co-op mode called Shared Story.

Just like its predecessor, Little Hope will also be available on consoles as well as PC. The standalone survival horror game is set for release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam later this year. More information about the game can be found on its official website.

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