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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me Revealed with Trailer

Screenshot of The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me, one of several RPGs coming this week

Bandai Namco recently revealed the fourth game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, titled The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me. Check out the announcement trailer.

The trailer for The Devil In Me shares the sense of filmic horror sensibility the series is known for. The narration in the trailer is menacing and this finale of the “first season” seems to wear Saw inspirations on its sleeve. One of the biggest aspects that can be gleaned from the trailer is that the narrator is an observer of sorts, likely stringing along the events of the new cast of characters. Still, it’s safe to say that the sense of player choice will be intact. Aside from this franchise, Supermassive Games also developed Until Dawn which set a bar that has yet to be met in terms of average critic and user ratings on Metacritic, so perhaps this new title will get more positive reception once released.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me is being developed for Xbox One, Xbox Series consoles, PlayStation 5 and PC currently with no release window. Take a look at the list of games on the official website and read our review of the most recent installment, The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes.

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Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern was a News Writer and Music Reviewer for RPGFan. Relatively new to RPGs in the grand scheme of the genre, he often resonates with soundtracks of titles more than the game itself. Music is one of the most vital parts of any game to him; so even if the gameplay or story doesn't age well or hold up, the soundtrack can leave a positive impression. Games aside, he loves science fiction and fantasy films and has a knack for podcasts. Steven also lives with (maybe) never enough cats.

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