The primary two video games within the Darkish Footage Anthology collection obtained a serious replace, together with the discharge of latest variations for present era methods.
The PS5 and Xbox Collection X/S variations of Man of Medan and Little Hope are actually out there with enhanced visuals.
Whereas Bandai Namco’s launch announcement doesn’t explicitly state that gamers will obtain a free replace, VGC can affirm that gamers who personal the Xbox One variations of every sport can now set up the Xbox Collection X/S variations by way of Good Supply.
In the meantime, the PlayStation Retailer itemizing for the PS5 model states, “Should you already personal the PS4 model of this sport, you will get the PS5 digital model at no further price and you do not have to purchase this product.”
Darkish Footage Anthology: The Man of Medan and Little Hope – trailer with new updates
As with all present era updates, if gamers have a bodily disc of the PS4 or Xbox One model of the sport, they might want to have the disc of their console whereas taking part in. This implies gamers with an Xbox Collection S or PS5 Digital Version can solely improve without cost if their final era buy was a digital version.
Each video games are additionally receiving a normal replace that can apply to each current-gen and legacy PS4, Xbox One, and PC variations. New options added within the replace embody:
- new issue settings and QTE warnings
- improved consumer interface and interplay
- up to date pictures of bearings and occasion triggers
- elevated strolling pace
- extra accessibility choices, together with subtitle dimension
- a brand new chapter of Man of Medan known as Flooded which “introduces new gameplay and new deaths within the sport’s climactic ending.”
Logos and titles for 5 new video games from The Darkish Footage horror anthology collection had been registered in Europe earlier this yr.
The titles – Directive 8020, The Craven Man, Intercession, Winterfold and O Demise – counsel that the horror anthology collection will proceed past The Satan In Me, the fourth and last sport of the primary season, due out in November.