Developer Supermassive Games is moving beyond The Dark Pictures Anthology with its next horror-filled title The Quarry. Alongside its ongoing thriller published by Bandai Namco, the game studio alongside 2K revealed The Quarry with an impressive cast of actors and a nostalgic approach that feels like the long-awaited Until Dawn sequel we never got.
The game casts David Arquette as Chris, Siobhan Willians as Laura, Sylar Gisondo as Max, Ariel Winter as Abigail, Brenda Song as Kaitlyn, Evan Evagora as Nick, Halston Sage as Emma, Justice Smith as Ryan, Miles Robbin as Dylan. Zach Tinker as Zach, Tem Rami as Travis, Lance Henrisksen as Jedediah, Ethan Suplee as Bobby, Lin Shayne as Constance, and Grace Zabriskie as Eliza.
You can watch the announcement trailer in the video below:
“The Quarry is breaking new ground across interactive storytelling and technology to create a truly visceral teen-horror experience. I can’t wait to see the choices you make, who you’ll save, and who you’re willing to sacrifice!” Will Byles, game director shares in a statement. According to the game’s website, pre-ordering unlocks a ‘Horror History Visual Filter Pack’ offering “Indie Horror, ’80s Horror, and Black-and-White Classic Horror” filters to the game’s appearance.
Additionally, Supermassive Games alongside The Quarry is expected to ship its next entry in The Dark Pictures Anthology later in 2022, The Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me. However, that is only the start. The firm was also discovered earlier in 2022 with trademarks for five more titles in The Dark Pictures franchise. You can read the full report by heading here.
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The Quarry ships on June 10, 2022 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.