Bandai Namco is at Gamescom this week and today the publisher has revealed that The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me will launch on November 18.
When a group of documentary filmmakers wind up receiving a mysterious call inviting them to check out the replica home of serial killer H.H. Holmes’ Murder Castle, the group soon finds nothing as it seems. However given that this is a perfect opportunity to revive their careers, we quickly learn that this is an opportunity that may not pan out as they expected.
There will also be new features including the ability to manipulate objects, also the ability to run, jump, or climb to access new areas. Additionally, a new inventory system gives each character useful tools like a microphone, a camera, and more.
Supermassive Games promises several hours of gameplay mixed with action and puzzle solving paired with the chance to explore and untangle mysteries. The game will also see the return of co-op multiplayer.
Earlier this year, Supermassive Games released The Quarry which felt like the closest thing to a spiritual successor to the previous game, Until Dawn.