Supermassive Games is currently working on The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me, though a release date and platforms have yet to be announced. While the developer looks to be continuing with the horror series (based on five recently trademarked titles), it’s also reportedly working on a remake of Until Dawn.
This is according to AccountNGT, who’s known for leaking screenshots of Star Wars Eclipse before its official announcement, on Twitter. They stated that, “From what I’ve heard from several separate sources, in addition to their new games, Supermassive Games is reportedly working on a remake of Until Dawn for some time that will be coming to current-gen consoles.” The wording seems to indicate that it won’t be coming to PC but it’s way too early to say.
There’s also the question of IP ownership. Until Dawn released in 2015 for the PS4 with Sony as its publisher, and was developed on Guerrilla Games’ Decima Engine. Perhaps Supermassive Games is looking to remake the game without Decima but whether it’s acquired the IP rights from Sony or not is unknown. Take this rumor with a grain of salt for now and stay tuned for an official announcement in the coming months.
From what I've heard from several separate sources, in addition to their new games, Supermassive Games is reportedly working on a remake of Until Dawn for some time that will be coming to current-gen consoles. I will try to find out more about this potential project. pic.twitter.com/6G31UwA4ns
— AccountNGT (@accngt) February 13, 2022