Update: The Next Dark Pictures Game Is A Sci-Fi Horror Called Directive 8020

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Update, 11/17/2022:

Earlier this year, Supermassive Games filed several trademarks for a new game that many predicted was part of the Dark Pictures anthology series. One of those games was Directive 8020 and now, with the latest anthology game, The Devil in Me, out tomorrow, it’s confirmed that Directive 8020 is next. This will be the season 2 premiere of The Dark Pictures series.

it comes through the news GameTrailerswho saw Directive 8020’s teaser trailer as part of The Devil in Me’s release, keeping with tradition with the latest game teasing the next game, as reported devastating,

Watch the teaser trailer for The Dark Pictures: Directive 8020 for yourself below,

As you can see, Directive 8020 will be the series’ first foray into sci-fi horror, and it looks like it’s stepping up the game. foreign region. destructive Note that Directive 8020 is an actual directive issued by NASA for “biological contamination control for outbound and inbound planetary spacecraft”. Looks like this gives us a pretty good idea of ​​what’s going on in this game. However, only time will tell for sure. There is no release date for Directive 8020, and considering the start of Season 2, the wait could be longer than the wait between Season 1 releases.

If you’re looking for a scary fix in the meantime, The Dark Pictures Season 1 Finale, devil in meWill be available tomorrow on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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Supermassive Games debuted its anthology horror series, The Dark Pictures, in 2019 with Man of Medan, and since then, it’s released a new entry every year. Little Hope was released in 2020, and last year, the studio put out House of Ashes.

devil in me The next one is up for bat, and that game will serve as the season finale of the first season of The Dark Pictures. The fifth game in the series, Switchback, was semi-revealed via a trademark filing by Supermassive Games. Now something similar has been revealed for the next five matches.

What’s interesting is that Supermassive Games has long referred to The Dark Pictures as an eight-game series. These five new trademarks bring the total to 10. Perhaps Season 2 is a six-game season, or perhaps, a third season is in the works. Only Supermassive Games knows. For now, we have a pretty good idea of ​​what the next five games after Switchback will be like, thanks to new trademark filing Viewed by Twitter user Marmaladeas told by Gematsu,

  • The Dark Pictures: Directive 8020
  • The Dark Pictures: The Craven Man
  • The Dark Pictures: Intercession
  • The Dark Pictures: Winterfold
  • The Dark Pictures: O Death

And here’s a slideshow with images of each trademarked logo:

For most of these, it’s hard to piece together exactly what the game is about, which makes sense given that we know all the possible names. However, some are easier than others. For example, Directive 8020 points to a futuristic sci-fi horror game. The Craven Man could be similar to The Wicker Man or maybe Jeepers Creepers.

It might take a while to get to know what each one is, so in the meantime, check out our thoughts on the series so far sports informer Man Of Maiden Review, Little Hope ReviewAnd House of Ashes review,

[Source: Gematsu]

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