As Halloween approaches and the skies turn gray, now is the perfect time to relax in a comfortable seat and go on a terrifying journey to Little Hope. Turn down the lights, get your friends to join you or play alone, if you dare…
Abandoned and all alone, four college students and their teacher become stranded in an isolated town miles from anywhere after their bus crashes in bad weather. Trapped by a mysterious fog in the town of Little Hope, they search desperately for a means of escape whilst visions from the past haunt them from the shadows. As they bear witness to the town’s gruesome past and the terrible events of the Andover Witch trials hellish demons emerge, relentless in their pursuit of our unfortunate victims. They must figure out the motivation of these apparitions before the evil forces at work drags each of their souls to hell!
In this horror adventure, you will face life or death situations and tough dilemmas that will decide your characters’ fate. Play alone or leave your destiny to your friends’ judgement and test their ability to make the right choices in the shared story or movie night modes. Take control of different cast members and enjoy branching story lines that change depending on the choices you make.
Your thorough exploration will also be rewarded. Find pictures that will give you hints on your characters’ prospective future and use them wisely. Explore and unlock items revealing the hidden secrets of Little Hope, as well as exclusive bonus content giving details on the making of the game, including behind the scene footage, comics and art books.
Voiced by Pip Torrens, the Curator is returning for this next chapter and has a few wise words for you in this new trailer.
Get ready for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope available today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Digital via Steam. Both titles of The Dark Pictures Anthology, Man of Medan and Little Hope, will be backwards compatible with PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X.
Spooky season has arrived… Share a creepy encounter or scary story and stand to win a digital copy of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope for PlayStation 4! No tricks from us, just treats for our BNE fans!
Thank you to everyone who have participated in this week-long contest. Recounting your story must have been traumatising. We’ve picked six of the most spooky stories contributed by fans from Southeast Asia to share with everyone:
The people have spoken and voted for their favourites on our Instagram Story. Congratulations to @wolfryne (IG), Fajar Ismayoko (FB) and @crashokami (IG) for winning a trip to Little Hope on the PlayStation 4!
This sleepy town will be available for visit from 30 October 2020. Preorder your copy of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam now.
Little Hope is a branching cinematic horror game where you can play alone or with friends and where the choices you make will determine the fate of your characters and how the story unfolds. To reinforce players’ immersion in this horror adventure, motion capture is crucial in bringing a cinematic look and feel whilst adding depth to the story.
Take an exclusive look inside Pinewood Studios, where some of the motion capture for Little Hope was shot.
Get into this fascinating technological process in which movements from actors are digitally recorded with the highest accuracy to create the most immersive in-game horror experience. Learn how choosing the right actors is crucial and how they have to use all their training and imagination to convey authentic emotions without detailed sets.
In this first part of the dev diary, the cast explain how Little Hope’s motion capture acting differs from conventional acting.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will launch on 30th October 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Digital via Steam.
Enjoy a sample of the critical dilemmas you will face in Little Hope with this unique interactive branching trailer.
Start you journey and choose carefully. Good luck!
Pre-orders are available now on the PlayStation Store, the Xbox Games Store and STEAM. Get an early access to the Curator’s Cut, including new scenes in addition to the theatrical cut, playing as different characters with new choices and outcomes.
Watch the first part of this new Dev Diary, where Will Poulter sheds some light on his involvement in Little Hope.
He describes the unusual experience of playing three different characters in the same story and also reveals how the acting authenticity on-set made the horror feel even more real!
Discover more and watch the first part of this Dev Diary!
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will launch on 30th October 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games, has an important message to share with you regarding the release of Little Hope.