The second title in the series The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will come up Nintendo Switch on October 5th, but it is already bookable. After having diverted towards the town of Little Hope due to bad weather, a class of students with rather tense relationships emerges unharmed and without a scratch from a terrible road accident with their bus. As they explore what appears to be an abandoned city, they become trapped by an impenetrable and mysterious fog, but when they look for a way to escape, they begin to have strange visions of the past that begin to haunt them. Below is a brief description of the game via Steam:
The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of intense independent horror video games with a branching story based on single and multiplayer modes. Four college students and their professor find themselves isolated in the abandoned town of Little Hope. Trapped in an impenetrable fog, they will have to escape from chilling visions of the past and discover what evil force drives the apparitions, before their souls are dragged one by one to hell.
Last year, Bandai Namco has made a free update available for owners of the game which will greatly improve the gaming experience. Here’s what’s been implemented in detail: difficulty and QTE warnings, improved interface and interactions, updated compass graphics and event triggers, increased walking speed and accessibility options, including subtitle size. It remains to be seen whether the Nintendo Switch version will also have this update, but we imagine so.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope it will be available for Nintendo Switch from 5 October 2023, while it is already possible to pre-order it. The game is also currently available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
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