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Supermassive Games Announces The Dark Pictures

Supermassive Games, development team behind Until Dawn, has officially announced a new multiplatform horror series with Bandai Namco entitled ‘The Dark Pictures’ with the first of the standalone episodes, called Man of Medan, set to arrive in 2019.

In Man of Medan, four Americans take a boat and her captain out to sea to pilfer the wreckage of a WWII plane only to experience pure chaos once boarding the boat and exploring what’s on board.

“We are incredibly excited to announce the Dark Pictures Anthology and the first game in the series – Man of Medan. With each title being a standalone game, we have the opportunity to create a unique horror experience every time, with new stories, settings, characters and cast,” Supermassive Games CEO and Executive Producer of The Dark Pictures, Pete Samuels stated.

“The Dark Pictures, is the first example of a horror anthology series within the video game world, which positions gaming to a style closer to [fans’] favourite TV shows with new, standalone experiences brought to [them] on a regular basis. It’s a bold new model, but one we believe fans of both gaming and horror will love,” Bandai Namco’s Vice President of Digital and Marketing, Hervé Hoerdt said.

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