Man of Medan Follow-Up “Little Hope” Teased as the Next Dark Pictures Anthology Game
Supermassive Games is not wasting any time getting the ball rolling on their anthology of horror titles.
Developer Supermassive Games’ Man of Medan may have just released this week, but we’ve been made aware of the next game coming in the Dark Pictures Anthology series. Upon completion of Man of Medan, a teaser trailer is unlocked post-credits for the next entry, titled Little Hope, set for release in 2020. Will Poulter (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, We’re the Millers) will be lending his likeness and voice as the main character, Andrew.
The plot will deal with Andrew exploring the town of Little Hope in search for his missing friend, Angela. The teaser trailer also shows a little girl dancing around a fire holding a creepy doll, leaving us with more questions than answers.
This first footage gives off a decidedly Blair Witch vibe with its deep forest location and emphasis on darkness. As a reminder, the Dark Pictures Anthology series is just what it sounds like: a series of standalone horror stories in video game form. Characters or events from Man of Medan are unlikely to make an appearance in Little Hope.
There’s not much else information to go on at the moment, but what more can you expect from a teaser trailer? It certainly has gotten our attention and we look forward to finding out more in the coming months. You can give Man of Medan a try today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC.
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