Man of Medan from Supermassive Games has a release date

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Man of Medan, the first instalment in the The Dark Pictures Anthology from Supermassive Games, officially has a sort-of release date.

Supermassive Games confirmed on Twitter that the game is set to come out in summer 2019.

Man of Medan is an interactive horror adventure game set in the South Pacific. A group of adventurers set off on a dive boat after hearing rumours of a WWII wreck and get more than they bargained for.

As their adventure unfolds, a storm rolls in, trapping them on board a ghost ship. Who will live? Who will die? It’s all entirely up to you.

Supermassive Games is also responsible for the iconic survival horror game Until Dawn, the PlayStation 4 exclusive which had quite an impact on the horror game genre thanks to its intriguing plot and usage of the ‘Butterfly Effect’ system. Much like Until Dawn, Man of Medan is highly replayable with plenty of branching narratives.

Until Dawn follows the story of several teenagers who decide to get together at a cabin in the woods on the anniversary of the disappearance of their friends. Before the ‘sorry for your loss’ party can even begin, the group find themselves under siege from a mysterious stranger wielding a flamethrower. However, all is not what it seems.

There’s more to the mountains than meets the eye and it’s up to you to work out what’s really going on. Remember: all it takes is one wrong decision to get yourself killed.

Until Dawn also has Rami Malek in it so, you know, it’s a must-play.

Man of Medan will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

Source: Supermassive Games on Twitter.

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