The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is the follow-up to 2019’s Man of Medan and like Man of Medan, players will be able to find secrets from items to pictures. In total, the trailer shows 50 unlockable secrets in Little Hope. The trailer also shows some of the bonus content you can unlock from special interviews to comic books, and more.
Unlock Secrets With the New Trailer for The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope
We’re a few short weeks away from the release of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope on October 30. To hype up the game, a new trailer was shared by Bandai Namco today that shows off some of the secrets you can find in the game along with co-op gameplay and unlockable bonus content.
The trailer opens with The Curator stating that the story of Little Hope is very different from the last story, Man of Medan. While the story and characters are different, the gameplay is the same. You’ll have a number of decisions you’ll have to make during the game, and all of these decisions have consequences.
If you want to save all of the characters, you’ll have to think carefully about what you choose to do and say. The trailer also shows off a little bit of co-op gameplay. Like Man of Medan, you can play Little Hope with a friend online in Shared Story mode and make decisions that affect one another.
Or, you can play local co-op through Movie Night mode where you and up to 4 friends get to participate in the story with each person controlling a different character. In addition to co-op, the trailer shows some of the secrets you’ll be able to find in Little Hope from items to photographs.
In total, it looks like there are 50 secrets to find in Little Hope based on the “Secrets” screen shown in the trailer. You can also unlock some cool bonus content by discovering these secrets, with bonus content including interviews, comic and art books, behind-the-scenes footage, and more.
Little Hope will also have pictures that you can find to see a vision of a possible future in the game which is the same as the picture system in Man of Medan. Even with similarities such as these, it’s important to keep in mind that Little Hope’s story is entirely its own.
On Steam, the game description for Little Hope reads:
“Four college students and their professor become stranded in the abandoned town of Little Hope. Trapped by an impenetrable fog they try desperately to escape whilst witnessing terrifying visions from the past. They must figure out the motivation of these apparitions before the evil forces at work drags each of their souls to hell. Witness terrifying visions of the past, haunted by the events of the XVIIth century Andover Witch Trials. Escape the hideous apparitions that relentlessly pursue them through the fog! Play online with a friend or up to five friends offline, Abandon Hope...all who enter here!”
If you love stories set in haunted New England it sounds like Little Hope will be right up your alley. You also don’t have to play Man of Medan to enjoy Little Hope’s story. The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is scheduled to release on October 30 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game will also be on Xbox Series X | S.