Slated to arrive this Summer.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

Bandai Namco snuck out a new trailer today for The Dark Pictures: Little Hope. This is the planned next installment to The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan, which was released August of 2019. Supermassive Games has been working on these titles for a while now. Those who have played Man of Medan or their big hit, Until Dawn, should already know what to expect from Little Hope.

There was already one teaser trailer released for Little Hope in late February. Much like Man of Medan, Little Hope will continue to be a co-op focused horror title. The stories that make up the anthology are not one cohesive story. They are standalone experiences that each offer their own branching storylines. So far, it seems like the only element that carries over between the first game and Little Hope is the Curator who serves as the narrator for these tales.

Look for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope to be released Summer 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.


In Little Hope, abandoned and all alone, four college students and their professor are trapped by a mysterious fog in the isolated eponym town. They search desperately for a means of escape while visions from the town’s occult-steeped past haunt them from the shadows. In order to stay alive, they must uncover the mysteries behind these relentlessly-pursuing dark apparitions before evil forces drag each of their souls to hell!

Players can take the role of each of the five protagonists of this brand-new cast, one of them being represented by actor Will Poulter (Midsommar, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch). Similar to the first game, Man of Medan, Little Hope is designed to be replayable with multiple storylines, paths, and endings. Each decision will matter and can have repercussions on who survives or meets their demise!

The Curator, the omniscient figure voiced by actor Pip Torrens which overarches the series, will be back to witness the progress of players, giving them an occasional “hint” if they wish. The Shared Story mode and the Movie Night mode, enabling multiple players to share their story online or offline, will also return alongside the standard Theatrical Cut and the Curator’s Cut. The latter will be available earlier as a pre-order bonus.