The developer behind Until Dawn, Hidden Agenda, and The Inpatient, Supermassive Games, has announced a new project, The Dark Pictures Anthology.
The new game, like their recent releases, will be a cinematic experience. But this time it’s going to be a series of standalone stories instead of just one. It’s also been announced that the first episode of these new stories will be titled “Man of Medan,” and it will be released sometime in 2019.
You can read more on The Dark Pictures Anthology and watch an announcement trailer for the game below.
Only time will tell if virtual reality gaming will work out better than motion gaming did or not, but until that time comes games are in the making in hopes that the VR trend will be big.
In addition to games like Robinson: The Journey, it’s also been announced that a follow-up to the surprise hit choose your own horror game Until Dawn is in the works titled Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, and it’s also being developed for PlayStation VR.
You can learn more about the game, and check out a preview video for it below.
The Choose Your Own Adventure-like horror video game Until Dawn releases in stores this week, and with it a launch trailer has been released by PlayStation.
The game, which is made by developer Supermassive Games, sees you in a familiar slasher horror movie situation, and the choices that you’ll make throughout the game will decide who lives or dies and how the story will end.
You can read more about the game and watch the launch trailer below.
A release date for the slasher horror movie inspired video game from Supermassive Games Until Dawn has been announced with the release of a new trailer.
The game follows a group of friends stranded at a snowy mountain cabin, and sees you playing as each of them as they try to survive the night. Choices made during the game will affect which characters live and which meet brutal horror movie ends. You can read more about the game and watch the launch date trailer below.