Supermassive Games has announced that the second episode in its eight-part Dark Pictures Anthology (opens in new tab) will be out October 30. Little Hope (opens in new tab) was supposed to release this Summer, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the studio had to delay the game's release (opens in new tab). Check out the cinematic trailer above showing all sorts of spooky shenanigans you'll have to face.
Little Hope is the follow-up to Man of Medan but has a completely different story focus. It's shifted from ghostly ships to an old town in New England with a sinister history of witchcraft.
Luckily you won't have to play alone. Just like with Man of Medan, Little Hope has a single-player theatrical cut, a two-player shared story mode, and a 2-5 player offline movie night mode. Look forward to plenty of story-driven decision making and and a few cruel jumpscares.
Little Hope can be bought as a stand-alone episode or as part of a bundle (opens in new tab). There's The Dark Pictures Anthology collection, too, which includes both games, pins, a world map cloth, and a 4-disc steel book. The Little Hope Collector's edition, meanwhile, has the previously mentioned items plus a (very creepy) ragdoll. Players who pre-order Little Hope will have early access to a Curator's cut with previously unavailable scenes.