The Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me seems to be the collection’ most totally featured game in Gamescom trailer

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Fresh off the success of The Quarry, developer Supermassive is again with the fourth installment in its The Dark Pictures Anthology. This one is titled The Devil in Me and it takes gamers to a secluded lodge where “America’s deadliest serial killer” is able to make you his subsequent masterpiece. At Gamescom, the group revealed extra key particulars in regards to the game alongside a launch date. If the trailer beneath is something to go by, that is going to be probably the most interactive version of the franchise up to now when it launches on November 18.

If you’ve by no means performed a Dark Pictures game earlier than, there’s no want to fret. Each entry is nearly utterly separate from the final, although some names do cross over every so often. The Devil in Me will see you hopping into the footwear of a bunch of documentarians who’ve been invited to “Murder Castle.” There, you’ll need to battle on your life as you attempt to puzzle out precisely what is occurring.

Supermassive is promising that this would be the most fully-featured game they’ve launched below the label up to now. That means characters now have a list and also you’ll be utilizing instruments from that stock to unravel puzzles. Plus, your characters will now have an expanded set of actions, giving them the power to do extra than simply slowly saunter by means of an setting.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Dark Pictures game with out strong multiplayer choices. Series followers will probably be glad that on-line multiplayer is baked in from the start, as is offline sofa co-op. Online was lacking from the beginning of The Quarry, so it’s nice to see that Supermassive isn’t going away from the fan-favorite mode.

All in all, this appears to be like like a strong solution to finish the primary season of The Dark Pictures Anthology. Supermassive absolutely has extra deliberate previous this, however The Devil in Me will hopefully put a bloody, pink bow on season one when it launches November 18.