The second episode of the horrific series launched by Supermassive Games on behalf of Bandai Namco invites you to learn more about it, through a video of just over six minutes.
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What will differentiate Little Hope from Man of Medan, outside of its setting, a small village where a group of students and a teacher who are a little too miserable parked? It's Pete Samuels, boss of Supermassive Games and director on the series The Dark Pictures Anthology
And do not believe that the developers are satisfied with the minimum. We learn indeed, in addition to the different influences, that moving it to a slightly bizarre Massachusetts will benefit from a more relevant camera system, several movement speeds adapted to the context, and an interface that we are promised is clearer. .
We let go of our chops. Of fear, obviously.
Little Hope arrives this summer on PS4, Xbox One and PC.