Players can also play solo mode on their lonesome, of course.More news: Former Nashville Predators captain Greg Johnson dead at 48
"We know from fan reactions to Until Dawn, that multiplayer was a massively desired feature for Man of Medan, so we're sure players will love tackling the horrors of the world from new perspectives" said Pete Samuels, Executive Producer and Series Director for The Dark Pictures Anthology at Supermassive Games. Both players will be able to explore and make choices at the same time. This means that neither player will see the full story, since all the characters will be split up from each other at times.
The second game mode is the Movie Night Mode. Trying to survive gets a little more dicey when you co-op partner is making their own decisions behind your back. Each of these titles will have similar gameplay to Until Dawn and while they each will tell stand-alone stories every character you control will have the chance to live or die based on your decisions. Two players join forces as they tackle the mystery surrounding a mysterious ship, inspired by a true life event. The party will also get a summary on how each player is now faring.More news: Lamar Odom, Baron Davis among those deactivated by Big3
Each game is unconnected and will feature a brand new story, setting and new cast of characters.
The Dark Pictures Anthology, which opens with Man of Medan this August, is now planned for eight games, with a release schedule of two per year. Groups of friends began to band together to make decisions as a group. However, with The Dark Pictures Anthology, the developer appears to be improving upon the experience. Do you try to work together as a group to escape the horror, or do you play selfishly, focusing more on your own preservation than the group as a whole?More news: Greek new conservative cabinet sworn in
Unlike Telltale episodic games, The Dark Pictures Anthology will be released as a single product with games being released approximately twice per year.