Till Daybreak and The Quarry developer Supermassive Video games is presently creating one other Darkish Footage Anthology sport set in area.
As reported by Eurogamer, a trailer for the brand new sport appeared on the finish of The Darkish Footage: The Satan In Me, and YouTube person Slimpy has already uploaded footage from an early copy.
The sport known as Directive 8020 and can act because the Season 2 premiere of The Darkish Footage Anthology after The Satan In Me wrapped up Season 1. The minute-long trailer exhibits what seems to be an area station from properly into the long run, as a narrator feedback that it is on the lookout for humanity’s new residence.
“That is Commander Stafford of the ahead reconnaissance vessel Cassiopeia,” the voice stated. “After efficiently rendezvousing with the Charybdis marker we’ve got indifferent the booster ring and spirits are excessive as we make our ultimate method to Tau Ceti f.
“The ship has suffered a hull impression, however harm is minimal and our technicians are restoring full performance. Our subsequent transmission will probably be broadcast from orbit round humanity’s future residence.”
A stunning area journey does not match Supermassive’s horror background, nonetheless, and a few spookiness is of course sprinkled into the trailer. “That is Thomas Carter”, speaks a panicked voice midway via the earlier transmission. “One thing’s mistaken with Simms. She’s attempting to kill me.”
Whereas that is Supermassive’s first affirmation that the brand new sport will probably be set in area (becoming a member of a current pattern introduced on by different sci-fi horror video games together with the Useless House Remake and The Callisto Protocol), we have recognized of Directive 8020 for a while.
The developer trademarked six new Darkish Footage video games again in February which included it and Switchback, the PlayStation VR 2 sport it introduced earlier in November. The opposite 4 video games are known as The Craven Man, Intercession, Winterfold, and O Demise.
IGN has given The Darkish Footage Anthology blended opinions to date. We stated Man of Medan was “good”, and “affords an unnerving horror journey” with penalties immediately linked to the participant’s actions. Little Hope was “mediocre”, with “uninspired characters and comparatively meaningless penalties,” however we thought Home of Ashes was “nice”, and the studio’s greatest since Till Daybreak launched in 2015.
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He’ll speak about The Witcher all day.