Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment has released a new Little Hope dev diary today that has SuperMassive Games talk ahout the creation of the upcoming horror title. Acording to Supermassive, players can expect the Little Hope game length to be at 4-5 hours in single-player though there’s different characters to play as which bumps the replayability significantly.

Little Hope is part of The Dark Pictures Anthology, which was kickstarted by last year’s Man of Medan.

Narrating the video is Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Games, and Executive Producer of The Dark Pictures Anthology. This video dives deeper into the creation process of Little Hope that centers on the New England witch trials of 1692, which inspired the story of the game.

Little Hope will also feature the couch co-op and two player online mode of play introduced in Man of Medan, players can include their friends in getting scared silly.

Little Hope is set for release this summer of 2020 on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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