Decision-based cinematic horror game series The Dark Pictures, brought by Supermassive Games most notable for Until Dawn, concludes its Season One with The Devil In Me. It is the fourth title in the series, it follows the same format as its predecessors: short, with optional multiplayer, and easy to pick up.

The trailer, released late last year, showed a few of the possible deaths that the characters can encounter should you make the wrong decisions.

Although we have no concrete release date yet, the Steam page for The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me lets us know more about the game.

The premise is set:

A group of documentary film makers receive a mysterious call inviting them to a modern-day replica of serial killer H.H. Holmes’ ‘Murder Castle’. It’s an opportunity that’s too good to pass up and could be just the thing they’re looking for to win some much-needed public interest.

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The hotel is the perfect set for their new episode, but things aren’t quite as they seem. The crew discover they’re being watched and even manipulated, and suddenly there’s much more at stake than just their ratings!

As well as the key features of the game, teasing the “elaborate killing rooms”. The Devil In Me is also the first game in the series to have character inventory, tool-based puzzles, as well as more movement actions.:

  • Welcome to the Murder Hotel: Nothing is as it seems here, and the amenities are to die for! Explore every nook of the World’s Fair Hotel using the all-new season finale features including character inventory, tool-based puzzles, and expanded movement actions such as run, jump, and climb.
  • Your death is his design: Escape the torturous creations of an evil monster who is hellbent on becoming America’s deadliest serial killer & survive elaborate ‘killing rooms’ where your own death is by the killer’s design.
  • Don't Play Alone!: Endure terrifying tests of loyalty – will you risk your own life for someone you care for? The two critically acclaimed multiplayer modes are back: share your story online with a friend or aim for safety in numbers through the offline 5-player pass-the-pad mode.

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