The Devil in Me is the Next Dark Pictures Anthology Game [Update]

The Devil in Me is the Next Dark Pictures Anthology Game [Update]

Matt Lorrigan

[Update 29/10/21]

Bandai Namco has now officially announced The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me, and we've got a few new bits of information, along with the official trailer.

“In The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me, a group of documentary filmmakers receive a mysterious invite to a replica of the ‘Murder Castle’ of H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer. They soon discover that they’re being watched, and there is much more at stake,” reads the official description.

“Step into the anthology’s most bloodcurdling story yet, where players’ choices, more than ever, determines who lives and who dies. Players will watch in horror as their unfortunate crew falls prey to a twisted game master who is observing their every move.”

So yeah, the whole thing definitely screams more of non-supernatural slasher or torture horror film, which is certainly an interesting way to end the first season of Dark Pictures games. You can check out the official trailer down below.

[Original Story 25/10/21]

The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes launched last week, and as has become tradition now, a post-credits scene has revealed the next game in the series.

The Devil in Me is set to be the finale for this first four-year-long season of The Dark Pictures Anthology, and we've got that post-credits trailer down below courtesy of 

The trailer looks a lot more like a slasher-style horror experience than the previous three games in the anthology, with less supernatural shenanigans, although the rotting robotic corpse isn't exactly normal. You can check it out for yourself in the trailer below. We don't have a release date as of yet, but don't be surprised if it drops around Halloween next year, as Little Hope and House of Ashes did before it. You can also check out our reviews for Man of Medan and Little Hope.

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