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Season one of The Dark Pictures Anthology concludes today with The Devil in Me

So far, we’ve seen the horrors of the sea, witch trials and what lurks beneath the desert. But now, we are heading to the aptly named Murder Hotel. Sounds delightful. Find out what horrors await in this final instalment of Season One of The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me, out today on Xbox, PlayStation and PC.

The Devil in Me is based on real-life murderer H.H. Holmes and his ‘Murder Castle’. In the game, a documentary crew have been invited to the World’s Fair Hotel, a modern-day replica of Holmes’ Murder Castle. For a crew struggling for work, it is too good an opportunity to pass up.

Unsurprisingly, things take a turn for the worse for the film crew. The Devil in Me doesn’t follow in the footsteps of Man of Medan, Little Hope, House of Ashes and then not call itself a horror game. The crew will need to survive their trip to the hotel by avoiding the ‘killing rooms’. Which sounds more like a Saw film than anything.

The Devil in Me also brings a couple of new features for this season finale. An inventory can be used to store key items, some of which will come in handy for the puzzles themselves. Plus, new movement actions such as the ability to run, jump and climb.

And as usual, the multiplayer modes for online and local play both return. Take a look at the launch trailer to see what horrors await:

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is out now priced at £34.99 on the Xbox Store. A free demo also awaits.

For those yet to dive into The Dark Pictures at all, a new collection also hits the Xbox Store containing all four games released so far: Man of Medan, Little Hope, House of Ashes and The Devil in Me. The Dark Pictures Anthology: Season One is on the Xbox Store now priced at £84.99. Let us know in the comments below which version you will be picking up.

Game description

The Curator’s Cut is only available once you have completed the main story. WELCOME TO THE DARK PICTURES A series of stand-alone branching cinematic horror games from the studio behind Until Dawn. Easy to pick-up and play in short sessions, alone or with friends. The Devil in Me is the fourth game in the series and the Season One finale. A group of documentary film makers receive a mysterious call inviting them to a modern-day replica of serial killer H.H. Holmes’ ‘Murder Castle’. It’s an opportunity that’s too good to pass up and could be just the thing they’re looking for to win some much-needed public interest. The hotel is the perfect set for their new episode, but things aren’t quite as they seem. The crew discover they’re being watched and even manipulated, and suddenly there’s much more at stake than just their ratings! Welcome to the Murder Hotel! Nothing is as it seems here, and the amenities are to die for! Explore every nook of the World’s Fair Hotel using the all-new season finale features including character inventory, tool-based puzzles, and expanded movement actions such as run, jump, and climb. Your death is his design Escape the torturous creations of an evil monster who is hellbent on becoming America’s deadliest serial killer & survive elaborate ‘killing rooms’ where your own death is by the killer’s design. Don’t Play Alone! Endure terrifying tests of loyalty – will you risk your own life for someone you care for? The two critically acclaimed multiplayer modes are back: share your story online with a friend or aim for safety in numbers through the offline 5-player pass-the-pad mode. Can you outsmart the killer and checkout all your cast? All playable characters can live or die in your version of the story. PLEASE ENJOY YOUR STAY

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