House Of Ashes

The third instalment in The Dark Pictures Anthology dealership has been exposed and is scheduled to arrive in 2021.

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Titled House Of Ashes, the upcoming horror game will feature actress Ashley Tisdale in an important role. The trailer clocks in at under a minute, and hints that video games will be comprised of elements of Sumerian mythology.

It opens begins with army helicopters flying over a desert, as the narrator queries: “Do you believe in God? Well start conceive. We are under attack by … I don’t know what. You wouldn’t believes me even if I tried.”

The clip then testifies Tisdale covered in clay and blood as she steers through a cave, and stumbles upon a effigy that looks a lot like The Exorcist’s Pazuzu. The narrator then describes an ancient underworld in which the dead “live on dust, beset by the beasts of the underworld”.

Check out the trailer below.

While neither Supermassive Games nor Bandai Namco have secreted the official trailer more. Instead. The recreation was discovered via a post-credits trailer at the end of the newly liberated Little Hope, captivated and posted on YouTube by customer RabidRetrospectGames.

House Of Ashes’ disclose follows in the strides of Little Hope, which was similarly revealed during the post-credits of the first Dark Pictures game, Man Of Medan. A handout date for House Of Ashes has not been divulged , nor has the listing of scaffolds it will be released on.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, which secreted on October 30, is currently available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In a two-star review of video games, NME’s Brittany Vincent called the game “a frustratingly dismal follow-up[ to The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan] that’s scarcely interactive”.

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