The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is an interactive horror adventure game developed by Supermassive Games and published by Bandai Namco.
It is the fourth instalment in the horror anthology series, and the final instalment of its first season.
The newest entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology takes a few risks but mostly sticks to the format to deliver another decent horror adventure.
The Season 1 finale sees a documentary crew struggling to survive in a replica of serial killer H.H. Holmes' "Murder Castle."
As the horror anthology's Season 2 premiere, the story is set on the ship Cassiopeia which experiences strange goings-on en route to Tau Ceti f.
A documentary crew of five people finds itself trapped in serial killer H.H. Holmes’ “Murder Castle", with a deadly killer hellbent on picking them off one-by-one.
Du'Met is a recluse obsessed with famous serial killer H.H. Holmes, leading to his recreation of the gruesome "Murder Castle."
The finale to Supermassive's first season of horror stories will release for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
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The studio behind The Quarry, Until Dawn, and The Dark Pictures Anthology has been bought out in full by Nordisk Games.
Pre-ordering grants early access to The Curator's Cut which features new playable characters with additional scenes and decisions.
Presumably due out later this year, the next instalment in The Dark Pictures Anthology will feature a cast led by Oscar nominee Jessie Buckley.
A documentary film crew ventures to a replica of H.H. Holmes' "murder castle" and attempt to survive the gruesome trials of its "twisted host."
The recently released House of Ashes comes with a teaser trailer announcing the next game in the anthology series- The Devil in Me.