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New The Devil In Me trailer introduces all the characters who’ll die horribly

Horror series The Dark Pictures Anthology is drawing its first season to a close with the arrival of supernaturally bereft slasher The Devil In Me on November 18th, and a new trailer lets us meet all the cheerful faces we’ll undoubtedly see brutally murdered at some point. Handily, it’s made me realise that Paul Kaye – known for his Game Of Thrones role as resurrectionist Thoros of Myr, and for being mortally annoying as Dennis Pennis in the Nineties – is playing shock doc director Charlie. Kaye’s nonchalant accent seems like a great fit, as you’ll see in the trailer…

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The Quarry’s studio director says next game is in development, “still very much classic horror”

The next game is said to be releasing in 2025 or 2026. Speaking with VGC, studio director at Supermassive Games Will Byles disclosed that the studio’s next big horror title is already in development. Catch the trailer for the latest instalment in The Dark Pictures Anthology, and Supermassive’s latest game, right here. Supermassive Games first became renowned for Until Dawn, even winning a BAFTA award for the narrative-driven slasher game. Then came The Dark Pictures Anthology, a series of smaller, episodic narrative horror tales for players to embark on. Most recently, however, was The Quarry; another full-blown teen slasher in…

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Supermassive’s The Devil in Me releases this fall

The fourth entry in the series checks you into a recreation of the H. H. Holmes murder castle. The Devil in Me, part of Supermassive Games’ stand-alone series of cinematic horror titles, The Dark Pictures Anthology, will be released this fall. Announced in July 2021, you can get a look at what to expect from the fourth entry in the series via the latest video below. Starring Oscar-nominee Jessie Buckley, the game features a whole new cast and story that finds documentary filmmakers invited to a rather interesting hotel. Designed after the infamous ‘Murder Castle’ built by serial killer H.H….

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The Dark Pictures Anthology will end first season in a Murder Castle

If you’ve already finished House Of Ashes, you’ll have seen a wee trailer revealing that the next part of The Dark Pictures Anthology will be the “season one finale”, named The Devil In Me. Bandai Namco have since publicly announced the next game in Supermassive’s interactive horror story series, explaining a bit more of what’s going on with the animatronic corpse. Bad news for would-be survivors: it’s set in a replica of the infamous ‘Murder Castle’, a hotel built with traps and torture chambers by American serial killer H. H. Holmes. Read more

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The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me is the final part of the horror anthology’s first season

Supermassive Entertainment is closing in on the finale of The Dark Pictures’ first season – and the last installation is going to be a bit different from what’s come before. If you’ve been a dilligent follower of Supermassive Entertainment’s horror anthology, The Dark Pictures, you’ll likley know that we’re getting closer to the end of the series’ first season. Now, as players begin finishing up the latest entry – House of Ashes – Bandai Namco has announced the final chapter of this set of grim tales. This time, the story will revolve less around supernatural elements, and more around things…

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes comes to consoles and PC in October

By Dom Peppiatt 11 June 2021 01:41 GMT The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes release date has been revealed by Bandai Namco and Supermassive Games.Following on from Man of Medan and Little Hope, the next game in the Dark Pictures series is coming to PC and consoles just in time for Halloween on October 22.The third installment in Supermassive Games’ horror anthology is set during the 2003 Iraq War, and follows a group of American and Iraqi soldiers as they investigate a strange, subterranean lair that turns out to be an ancient temple.Take a look at the reveal trailer below…

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes teaser released ahead of full reveal

By Stephany Nunneley 19 May 2021 20:11 GMT The third installment of The Dark Pictures Anthology, House of Ashes, is on the way and Supermassive has released a teaser for it.This teaser for The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes comes ahead of a more in-depth look at the installment on May 27.Watch on YouTubeOn that day, the first look at gameplay will be revealed at 9am PT, 12pm ET, 5pm UK.Here’s the blurb:The year is 2003, and in the shadow of the Zagros mountains in Iraq, a military unit comes under fire from Iraqi forces. The resulting firefight causes…

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes coming in 2021

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 1 November 2020 14:25 GMT The next installment in Supermassive Games’ horror series, The Dark Pictures Anthology, is called House of Ashes – and it’s coming next year.The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope launched earlier this week, and similarly to Man Of Medan, the game teases the next installment of the series in the end credits.In keeping with the series’ theme so far, House of Ashes looks like a pretty big departure from the previous games in the franchise.In the trailer above, you can see an army helicopter deploy a squad of soldiers to engage with…