The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is the second installment in the anthology created by the minds behind Until Dawn, one of the games in the interactive adventure genre that has received the most good reviews. The studio, Supermassive Games, specialized in decision-making games, QTE, and horror experiences, so it made sense to expand that knowledge, this time with different games and across multiple platforms.
With The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan it seems that they did not convince people and the result fell far short of what was expected and the bar that was set with Until Dawn. With The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope they want to recover their good work and today they present us with a new development diary of this new game.
Pete Samuels, executive producer of the anthology The Dark Pictures, presents this development diary in which fans can delve into the creative process of Little Hope and discover how the fearsome witch trials that took place in 1692 in New England They were the main source of inspiration for this game.
Pete Samuels shares more details about the influences and sources of inspiration that led them to set this new story in the terrifying town of Little Hope. He also tells us about the changes they have introduced in Little Hope based on the comments received by the players of the first installment, Man of Medan.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will go on sale in summer 2020