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Supermassive’s second Dark Pictures Anthology horror Little Hope out this summer

Supermassive Games has unleashed a brand-new trailer for Little Hope, its second Dark Pictures Anthology horror instalment, which is now confirmed to be launching this “summer”.

Little Hope is the standalone follow-up to last year’s enjoyable nautical horror Man of Medan, which – like Supermassive’s PS4-exclusive Until Dawn before it – successfully combined hokey blockbuster thrills with some effective chills, all in aid of its choice-driven branching narrative.

When the Dark Pictures Anthology was first announced, Supermassive said it had identified 39 horror sub-genres it would eventually like to tackle as part of the series, each with its own story, setting, and characters – and, to that end, Little Hope swaps maritime shlock for a sinister, centuries-spanning tale of witchcraft in a small rural town.

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