The Dark Pictures - Man Of Medan will include multiplayer

Joanna Estrada
July 12, 2019

The Dark Pictures Anthology, which opens with Man of Medan this August, is now planned for eight games, with a release schedule of two per year.

"I'm Tom Heaton, the Game Director for the first title in The Dark Pictures Anthology, Man of Medan".

Bandai Namco recently revealed that Man of Medan will have two different multiplayer modes in addition to its single-player mode. The first being Shared Story Mode where you and another person control 2 different characters.

The second game mode is the Movie Night Mode. Each player will be identified and can choose which character (s) to play as. Depending on which character is the focus of a certain section, the controller will be passed around the party, and the player in charge must ensure their character's survival. Exploration, decisions, and reactions are all yours to control. Each player will be a different character and will work together in different areas of the game.

When it launches, Man of Medan will include 2 multiplayer modes. We really hope you enjoy the intensity of experiencing the story with a friend... and that you are still friends after! Why watch a horror movie with your friends when you can be in one? "It is horror, after all". With the success of Until Dawn's teen slasher-fest, Supermassive Games will tackle other sub-genres to keep players on their toes.

The Fan Carpet and The Killer Spotlight's Jonathan Hughes was in attendance at the Preview event for The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan. Of course, all of the games in The Dark Pictures Anthology will be playable alone.

In Man of Medan, players will experience the tale of four American tourists and their inexperienced captain going on the diving holiday of a lifetime in the South pacific. Since Man of Medan is alike to developer Supermassive Games' previous game Until Dawn, the choices you make steer how the narrative plays out.

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