5 New Titles in Dark Pictures Anthology Trademarked

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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The Dark Pictures Anthology is a yearly installment of interactive storytelling/film mixed in with horror. The name suggests that the series will have 8 entries, but it seems that the number could get a surprise entry according to some new entries filed in the series.

Dark Pictures Anthology – Going to 9?

The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of yearly video games made by Supermassive Entertainment. The studio was put on the map with their work on the PS4 exclusive, Until Dawn, and from there the studio now publishes a yearly entry to the interactive storytelling/film genre which mixes in horror.

Starting with Man of Medan in 2019, Little Hope in 2020, Hosue of Ashes in 2021, the next entry in the series will be The Devil in Me coming in 2022.

However, an eagle-eyed Twitter user by the name of @the_marmolade, has revealed that the Anthology could actually get an additional entry.

The images were made into a neat collage, thanks to Gematsu.

Dark Pictures Anthology
Image Courtesy of Gematsu

It’s not easy to discern the release order, but now we do know the remaining titles in the series.

It’s rather curious that The Devil In Me will be the 4th entry in the series, but there are 5 additional games trademarked. Perhaps one of the games will be a wrapup?

At 1 game a year, Supermassive has fans of the genre covered for the new console generation, and we can safely say that we are excited at the prospect of seeing more entries in the series!

While we don’t have the full picture behind the 2022 entry just yet, we should have something later this year with the game releasing at the end of 2022. Stay tuned for more news!

Let us know what you think of the cryptic names and what your expectations are from the titles.

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