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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me Alleged Release Date Is November 30

The alleged release date for The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me is November 30, based on a new rumor.

According to an image shared by Alumia_Italia on Twitter, Volume 2 of The Dark Pictures Anthology is titled The Devil In Me, and is set for release later this year in October. The image can be seen in the tweet shared below.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me is scheduled to arrive on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. It features a number of independent, branching, horror video games created by the studio behind Until Dawn. Simple to pick up and play for brief periods of time alone or with companions. The Devil in Me, the series’ fourth installment, serves as the season’s climax. A mystery caller invites a group of documentary filmmakers to a contemporary version of serial murderer H.H. Holmes’ “Murder Castle.”

The opportunity is too good to miss, and it may prove to be exactly what they need to attract some much-needed public interest. The hotel is the ideal location for their upcoming episode, but not everything is as it seems. The cast learns they are being observed and even controlled, and they quickly realize there is much more at stake than just their ratings.

The Devil in Me will be the first title in the anthology to include a number of fresh elements, such as character inventories, puzzles based on tools, and more mobility options including run, leap, and climb. On June 28, 2021, the name and title art were registered as trademarks. Before then, the only known details about the game were its location (close to Lake Michigan) and its emblem (an antique drawing compass).

The gold picture in House of Ashes included the opening clip from the fourth episode of The Dark Pictures Anthology, which depicted a man being burned by a trap, while a young woman watched the action on an antique TV. In addition, there would be a brief House of Ashes teaser following the credits.

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