The Dark Pictures Anthology Sequel, Little Hope, Already Has Its First Trailer

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan does not release until tomorrow, but that is not stopping Supermassive Games from talking about its sequel, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope.

Recommended Videos

Those who finish Man of Medan and sit through the game’s end credits sequence will be treated to a teaser for the next entry in the series. Story and detail heavy this trailer is not, though it does let those eager for a sequel know to expect Little Hope sometime in 2020.

There are only a few lines of spine-chilling dialogue to couple with the flashes of screams and monster claws, but the true blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment is the reveal that Midsommar and Black Mirror actor Will Poulter will star in the next entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology. Coincidentally, Poulter took one of the leading roles in the similarly interactive Black Mirror: Bandersnatch episode from last year.

Supermassive is more than familiar with using recognizable names in its games, with both Hayden Panettiere (Remember the Titans, Scream 4) and Shawn Ashmore (X-Men, X2) showing up in Until Dawn and Man of Medan respectively.

The Escapist just published its 3-minute review for Man of Medan, saying the first Dark Pictures Anthology title has “top-notch” presentation, but may be better experienced online.

related content
Read Article Pokemon Legends Z-A Fans Torn Over Entire Game Taking Place In Lumiose City
pokemon legends ZA lumiose city
Read Article FF7 Rebirth’s Director Didn’t Know Sephiroth Would Be in Smash Bros!
Smash Bros Sephiroth
Read Article PlayStation Studios Laying Off Employees at Insomniac, Naughty Dog
Sony Interactive Entertainment's logo.
Related Content
Read Article Pokemon Legends Z-A Fans Torn Over Entire Game Taking Place In Lumiose City
pokemon legends ZA lumiose city
Read Article FF7 Rebirth’s Director Didn’t Know Sephiroth Would Be in Smash Bros!
Smash Bros Sephiroth
Read Article PlayStation Studios Laying Off Employees at Insomniac, Naughty Dog
Sony Interactive Entertainment's logo.
Author
Michael Cripe
Michael joined The Escapist team in 2019 but has been covering games, movies, TV, and music since 2015. When he’s not writing, Michael is probably playing Super Mario Sunshine, Dead Space, The Binding of Isaac, or Doom Eternal. You can follow his news coverage and reviews at The Escapist, but his work has appeared on other sites like OnlySP, Gameranx, and Kansas City’s The Pitch, too. If you’d like to connect and talk about the latest pop-culture news, you can follow Michael on Twitter (@MikeCripe), Instagram (mike_cripe), or LinkedIn if that’s your thing.