The Dark Pictures: Little Hope has received a new release date and will now release in Fall 2020, instead of its scheduled Summer release.
The news broke via Twitter where CEO of SuperMassive Games, Pete Samuels revealed that due to COVID-19 precautions, the game has to be delayed. According to the post, the team has been successful in working at home, however, with the priority to keep people safe the hard decision has been made. After all said and done, this is the absolute right choice when it comes to the release of Little Hope.
In related news, a new dev diary released The Dark Pictures: Little Hope explains the inspiration behind the game. The game looks like it will draw inspirations from horror classics like Blair Witch Project and other films of that nature. Little Hope is the second entry in the Dark Pictures Anthology following up the release of Man of Medan.
The Dark Pictures: Little Hope will no longer release this summer and will now release sometime in Fall 2020.
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Source: The Dark Pictures Twitter