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Monday, November 9, 2020

‘The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes’ Coming to Current And Next Gen Systems in 2021

Last week on the heels of the release of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope (here are our thoughts, by the way), Bandai Namco and Supermassive snuck in a teaser for the next entry in the anthology called House of Ashes. Today, the teams have officially announced the entry will be coming to PlayStation 5, the Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in 2021.

“We are thrilled to reveal this third game within The Dark Pictures Anthology,” explains Supermassive Games CEO Pete Samuels. “Like the previous stories, House of Ashes will bring a brand-new story and cast of characters to players, with its own unique twists and turns, and a new threat for the characters to face. We can’t wait to share more details about the story!”

Speaking of story, here’s it is: Iraq, 2003. As the conflict draws to a close, CIA field operative Rachel King joins an elite military unit on a raid of a suspected underground chemical weapons facility in the shadow of the Zagros Mountains.

Arriving at the coordinates, the unit is ambushed by a local patrol led by Sergeant Salim Othman. During the battle, an earthquake opens sinkholes in the ground, pitching both sides into the ruins of a buried Sumerian temple. In the darkness beneath the Arabian Desert, something evil is awakened. Savage and unstoppable, a nest of ancient and unearthly creatures has a new prey to hunt.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3640735/dark-pictures-anthology-house-ashes-coming-current-next-gen-systems-2021/

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