The Dark Pictures: Little Hope Gets a Spooky New Trailer

Joanna Estrada
April 15, 2020

Bandai Namco has now officially revealed Little Hope with a full trailer, which also confirms that the game will release this summer."What happens in the past, never stays buried". Unfortunately for our protagonists, Little Hope has a particularly dark and disturbing history, having played host to the despicable and blood-stained witch trials of the 1600s. Even in the modern era, the sins and horrors of the past can still take their toll.

In addition to Poulter, the cast for Little Hope includes the return of Pip Torrens as the all-seeing Curator narrating the story and guiding players through their decisions, with other newcomers including Ellen Davis (Goon), Scott Haining (The Innocents) and David Smith (Coronation Street). However, the often helpful Curator isn't the only familiar face in the trailer. The Dark Pictures Anthology is made up of a series of standalone games, with new characters for each new instalment. Check out the trailer below to check out all the details!

Abandoned and all alone, four college students and their teacher become stranded in an isolated town miles from anywhere after their bus crashes in bad weather. Desperately searching for a way out, the group soon begin to experience frightening visions from Little Hope's occult-steeped past.

Similar to Man of Medan, Little Hope features multiple story paths and endings, giving way to numerous playthrough possibilities.

"We're really excited to talk more about Little Hope!" said Supermassive Games CEO and The Dark Pictures Anthology executive producer Pete Samuels in a press release. At the time of this writing, Man of Medan is on sale for $14.99 in PlayStation's Spring Sale.

Are you looking forward to a scary good summer? When she isn't here writing, her nose is often stuck in a book or hacking people in Overwatch.

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