Supermassive Video games has solely been dedicated to fall 2022 launch window for The Satan in Me, however now the corporate has given a selected date. The following installment within the Darkish Footage Anthology shall be releasing on November 18, 2022 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Collection X|S, and PC for $39.99.
As introduced at the Future Games Show, the studio had been hinting that it will be revealing the date fairly quickly, telling customers to “mark their calendars” earlier than the present. PlayStation Recreation Dimension on Twitter additionally preempted the announcement, as they seemingly discovered the shop web page on the backend first.
The trailer additionally confirmed off a few of The Satan in Me‘s new options, which all appeared designed so as to add extra gameplay. Gamers can now run, leap, climb, clear up extra concerned puzzles, and reap the benefits of the title’s new stock system. Supermassive additionally claims that the sport has “prolonged exploration mechanics,” one thing that these mechanics seem to again up. The sequence has sometimes been within the model of different video games within the narrative journey style which are extra centered on making dialogue selections, however it looks like Supermassive is attempting to interrupt into new territory. The trailer additionally famous that it’s over seven hours, which, if correct, is longer than the opposite Darkish Footage video games that normally hover round 4 to 5 hours.
The Satan in Me stars Jessie Buckley, identified for her latest function in Males, as she explores a reproduction of H.H. Holmes’ “Homicide Fort.” These excessive descriptions have typically been debunked, however have lived on in myths, rumors, and, on this case, The Satan in Me, because it appears to be taking a whole lot of these inspirations to coronary heart. The lodge within the recreation is much like the lore surrounding Holmes’ lodge, giving the sport an environment much like the Noticed movies because the protagonists come throughout a sequence of grotesque traps. The title can also be a reference to Holmes, as he claimed he was possessed by Devil and reportedly mentioned, “I used to be born with the satan in me.”
This recreation may also wrap up the primary season of The Darkish Footage Anthology. Nevertheless, many future entries have already been trademarked.