Supermassive Games seems to be planning to release at least six more Dark Pictures Anthology games in addition to the upcoming The Devil in Me.
The developer has trademarked six more names in the franchise with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, as discovered by @the_marmolade on Twitter.
Six trademarked games, all under Collection of Shadow Images franchises, known as Switchback, Directive 8020, The Craven Man, Intercession, Winterfold and O Death.
Dark Pictures Anthology – 6 Unannounced Game Logos
Supermassive Games has released three games in the series – Man of Medan, Little Hope, and Houses of Ashes – and has confirmed that a fourth game is on the way. Upcoming games, The Devil in Me, announced by the studio in October and was revealed to be the final installment of Season One for the series.
Before the franchise’s first release, Man of Medan in 2019, Supermassive Games says The Dark Pictures Anthology will span eight games with a release schedule of two copies per year.
However, if all the trademarked games were released, that would bring the total to ten games, two more than the developer had originally planned. There’s no guarantee that Supermassive Games will develop all the trademarked titles into full games, but it’s likely that some of them will be on the eight-game release schedule. first plans.
IGN has given The Dark Pictures Anthology mixed reviews so far. We said Man of Medan is “good”and “offers a terrifying horror adventure” with consequences directly related to the player’s actions. Little Hope is “trivial”with “boring characters and relatively meaningless consequences”, but we think House of Ashes is “wonderful”and the best studio since Until dawn Released in 2015.
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