Supermassive Games Is Working On ‘Several’ Unannounced PlayStation Exclusive Games

Supermassive Games Is Working On ‘Several’ Unannounced PlayStation Exclusive Games

Something we know that Supermassive Games is working on is the next chapter in The Dark Pictures franchise, The Devil In Me, which of course is a multi-platform title. As for the PlayStation exclusive games, it’s anyone’s guess at this point, but hopefully it’ll be within the horror genre they’re known for. With Sony’s announcement of PSVR 2 however, it’s conceivable that Supermasive could be working on a new game for the upco

According to Twitter user Robert Serrano, the developer of the Dark Pictures Anthology has’several’ PlayStation exclusive titles in the works. Take this with a grain of salt for the time being, as with anything Serrano says. He claims, however, that at least one of these games will be ready to play this year. For New Users, Sony PS5 Complete Guide – Everything Explained On PlayStation 5

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