The Dark Pictures Anthology 4

Here are 10 minutes of gameplay footage from the E3 2019 build of The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan

Gamespot has released a video, showing 10 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from the E3 2019 build of Bandai Namco’s The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan. The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of stand-alone, cinematic horror games, designed to present a new terrifying experience on a regular basis, developed by the team behind Until Dawn, Supermassive Games.

The first game in the anthology will be called The Dark Pictures – Man of Medan. In Man of Medan, four young Americans set sail on a diving trip, to find the rumoured location of a WWII wreckage. As the day unfolds, and a storm rolls in, their trip soon becomes something much more sinister.

Players can take the role of each of the five protagonists, the four Americans and the captain of the boat, each with a different perspective. Players will explore and discover the mysteries of their terrifying situation, and be forced to make decisions that will change their lives forever.

Each game will be designed to be replayable, with branching storylines, paths, and numerous endings designed to keep players coming back for more. Players decisions are vital for survival of all the characters. With any combination of choices made can result in any of them surviving, dying or worse.

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan releases on August 30th.

Enjoy!

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