The following part in Supermassive’s The Dark Pictures Anthology, named Little Hope, has been deferred from its unique Summer discharge window to Fall of this current year.
Supermassive CEO and The Dark Pictures Anthology executive maker Pete Samuels took to Twitter to disclose the reasonable choice to defer Little Hope. As you would expect, the studio had to push back the dispatch because of creation intricacies identified with the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Our need has been to protect individuals, and that incorporates entertainers and stage groups on whose gifts we depend so vigorously, different workforces outside to our business who all assistance to make the games we make, and the entirety of the skilled individuals that work inside our studio. We will keep on following government and industry body exhortation and will possibly leave on any component of improvement when such counsel reveals to us that it is protected to do as such,” peruses the announcement, to a limited extent.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan has been one of my go-to games to play online with a companion while we hold up out the isolate together, so I’m frustrated we won’t have the option to play Little Hope this Summer (particularly since Leon Hurley said it’s an inside and out progress over Man of Medan). All things considered, it’s hard not to identify with Supermassive in this circumstance. Here’s wishing them the best in hitting their objective for Fall.