House Of Ashes Gets New Trailer
A creepy creature haunts the new trailer for Supermassive The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes, which also shares a date for the gameplay reveal.
The Anthology of Dark Images: The House of Ashes, the third installment of Supermassive’s multi-part horror project, has a spooky new trailer that, alongside a spooky tour of the ancient Sumerian ruins, reveals that the first look at the title’s gameplay is coming later this month – this. Following his success with the historic horror adventure Until dawn, announced the developer Supermassive Dark images like an anthology series of horror games.
The first of these, Medan man, fell almost two years ago. The short experience takes place on the high seas in the titular ship and follows a group of friends who, through a series of alarming events, find themselves in a life-and-death struggle to get off the mysterious ship. The upcoming game, House of ashes, was originally teased at the end of The Anthology of Dark Imagesthe second installment of, Little hope that came out last year. The story inspired by witchcraft, as Medan man before that changes drastically based on player choice, but every player who fought to the end was greeted with a look at the spooky tomb setting for the upcoming title.
Trailer of the day, from the publisher Bandai Namco, show a little more House of ashesgrim archaeological site and promises to reveal gameplay on May 27. For this game, Supermassive turns to Iraq, where the trailer reveals a group of soldiers who have found their way into a seemingly long-buried structure. Audiences appear to be watching the protagonists in the first-person view of a creature stalking an unsuspecting couple. His vision is reminiscent of a kind of echolocation, like a bat that sees in the dark. The final shot in the trailer supports this idea, showing off a set of elongated, clawed fingers creeping ominously around a pillar. The trailer doesn’t reveal much more about what’s going on in House of ashes, but next week’s gameplay reveal, which begins at 9 a.m., is likely to detail the game a bit more.
While Supermassive is still in the early stages of its The Anthology of Dark Images project – the original vision for the series was to release a total of eight titles and House of Ashes is only the third – there are certainly fans out there hoping the developer will look to make a real one. Until dawn after. The 2015 success, however, may never be followed up, according to Supermassive. The developer explains that the challenges of making a direct sequel would be almost overwhelming due to the game’s overwhelming amount of player choice. Until dawnThe latter’s web of decisions ultimately means players could have ended the game in completely different locations with different characters surviving until the end. This prompted the creators to switch to The Anthology of Dark Images.
Gameplay reveals for The Anthology of Dark Images: House of Ashes is coming soon, so be sure to watch it next week. As the month of June, which will see E3, Summer Game Fest, and more, quickly draws closer, fans can be sure the announcements won’t be missing in the near future.
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