Maik Seidl | 11/17/2022 – 8:44 am
Continuing the tradition, The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me includes a teaser trailer confirming the next game in the series. “Pictures Anthology: Directive 8020”, as the new part is called, will introduce a new season that will again consist of several games.
Developed by Supermassive Games, The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me will conclude the first season of the developer’s horror series.
However, more games are planned and will be combined in a second season. And there is already a first preview: In the post-credits scene of “The Devil in Me” “The Dark Pictures Anthology: Directive 8020” is confirmed. You can watch a corresponding video below these lines.
Commander Stafford reports
The scene shown in the video takes place in the Cetus constellation in space and begins with a voiceover by Commander Stafford of the Cassiopeia. It’s a scout ship.
With the hull slightly damaged, the ship rendezvous with the so-called Charybdis marker and is on its way to Tau Ceti f – a “super-Earth” orbiting the star Tau Ceti.
Of course, since the game is part of The Dark Pictures Anthology, it doesn’t take too long for things to take a dark turn. Because Thomas Carter reports that another crew member named Simms is trying to kill him.
The announcement and naming are not a big surprise. Supermassive has registered “Directive 8020” in Europe in addition to four other new titles. However, the official and somewhat detailed announcement is still pending.
More news about The Devil in Me:
First of all, players can deal with the conclusion of the current season: “The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me” will be released tomorrow, November 18, 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
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