The fourth game in the Dark Pictures Anthology, The Devil in Me, has been announced to come out sometime in 2022. An interactive horror-thriller game set in either Michigan or Wisconsin. The first sighting of this new game is seen after completing House of Ashes, the third game in this rather unique use of moral dilemmas in gaming.
The story focuses on a documentary film crew that one day gets invited to visit an replica house of the first and most famous serial killer in America, H.H. Holmes, something tells me it is not just for a friendly chat about the weather. Soon the crew gets the odd feeling here and there that they are being watched. I bet that is an awkward dinner conversation. Will you choose to let the crew live or die?
The game features a strict auto-save feature forcing you to live with making bad decisions and adding to the replayability of all the Dark Pictures games. Adding onto the success of House of Ashes, Little Hope and Man of Medan, Supermassive Games and Bandai Namco Entertainment have little reason to believe the game will not be a hit. True Crime and mystery lovers alike will get everything they want from The Devil in Me, a video game reenactment of the cult classic board game Clue.
Each game features new characters and focuses on a specific horror genre. It is a safe bet to assume The Devil in Me, is going to be a fall game based on the previous installment being released in August and the latest two games in October. Making it the perfect Halloween game for lovers of all that is the spooky season.
“You see, a story can change a great deal when told from a… different perspective” -The Curator, the narrator of all these games