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Bandai Namco Reveals a Tense New Trailer for The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me

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

Ahead of The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me‘s release on November 18th, Bandai Namco, alongside developers Supermassive Games, has released a new trailer for the title. The trailer shares new gameplay features and gives us a peek at the game’s narrative, which Bandai Namco claims to be the darkest of the entire series.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me delivers over seven hours of gameplay with a mix of action and puzzle solving, where players can explore, escape, untangle mysteries, or find themselves tangled where failure may prove to be costly. The game also sees the return of co-op multiplayer. Players can try to escape this nightmare alone or seek safety in numbers with friends, whether playing online or locally in couch co-op mode.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me – New Features

The Devil in Me will be the season finale of Supermassive Games’ anthology series and with that comes not only refinements to pre-existing gameplay features but also entirely new ones. To increase immersion, players will now be able to interact with the world like never before. This includes the ability to manipulate objects, run, jump, and climb allowing players to access hard-to-reach areas.

Supermassive has also introduced a new inventory system allowing players to access new tools such as a microphone, camera, and camera flash. The developers also hint at another object which can be used to “save a life… or take a life.”

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is the final entry in Supermassive Games’ cinematic horror anthology series and is due out later this year on November 18th. The title will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC via Steam.

If you’re interested in playing through the rest of the series ahead of The Devil in Me‘s release, make sure to check out RPGFan’s reviews on the rest of the anthology. Here’s our review of the first entry in the series, Man of Medan, written by Peter Triezenberg.

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Tom Cox

Tom Cox

Tom is a News and Social Media Editor at RPGFan, with a love for Pokémon and One Piece. When he's not playing RPGs, he can also be found running, reading manga and watching anime.

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