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Supermassive Games, the developer behind "Until the Dawn", has announced a new trailer for the next "Black Phase Anthology". The
horror film "Black Phase: Little Hope" tells the story of four college students and their teachers trapped in the abandoned town of Little Hope. This mysterious city was haunted by the Andover Witch Trials in the 17th century. Judging from the trailer, it looks as creepy as you think. The
game trailer starts the story at 11:49 pm and introduces us to the various characters when we leave the black cat bar. You will play Andrew, and his first goal is to "keep up with John and the others." However, it turns out that this is more difficult than it sounds, especially since you are currently trapped in an isolated forest area, trapped by a mysterious fog.
Andrew and Angela soon lost sight of the others and were forced to explore the forest alone, or may not explore alone as they thought. They soon discovered a series of strange wooden models and a creepy girl waiting for them. Just a warning to the faint-hearted, there is a little fear in the trailer!
Although the game trailer is not entirely dynamic, it does set a good tone. You can also take a look at some interactive options, the voice of actor Will Poulter (Midsommar, Detroit, The Revenant) and some strange clues that you will be investigating. The
Little Hope release date was recently postponed by Supermassive Games. It was originally scheduled to be released this summer, but it looks like we'll see it eventually in the fall. This is because it is difficult to manage remote development teams when the studio is closed. Supermassive Games owner,
, Pete Samuels, said in a statement: "
" I want to announce that, sadly, "Little Hope" will be postponed until the already announced summer release, and now the target is Fall 2020. Our top priority is ensuring the safety of people, including actors and stage personnel we rely heavily on for their talents, all other employees outside of our business who help us create games, and all talent studios. in which we work internally.
Dark Pictures: Little Hope will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall. What do you think of the
game trailer? Is this the title you hope to get when it launches? Let us know in the comment section below.