Bandai Namco has officially unveiled the Collector’s Edition of The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me. Over there Animatronic Collector’s Edition will include:

  • a physical copy of the game
  • a bust of an animatron 12 cm high in hand-painted resin
  • an exclusive Lonnit Entertainment business card
  • a postcard with envelope
  • the hotel map
  • pre order bonus

The devil in me is the fourth and final episode of the first season of the interactive horror series The Dark Pictures Anthology. Supermassive Games’ new adventure tells the story of a television crew grappling with scary… Castle of Death from the serial killer HH Holmes.

Let’s read the official description of the game:

A documentary’s group receives a mysterious invitation to visit the reproduction of serial killer HH Holmes’ “Castle of Death”. It is an opportunity not to be missed to finally make yourself known to the general public. The hotel is the perfect setting for their new documentary, but not all is as it seems. They’ll soon find that someone is watching and even manipulating them, and that their video views aren’t the only thing they need to worry about!

Welcome to the hotel of death!
The appearance can be misleading. Sometimes even murder. Explore every corner of the World’s Fair Hotel as you discover new features introduced in this season finale, including inventory, item puzzles and a never-before-seen repertoire of action such as run, jump and climb.

His plan is your death
Escape the diabolical constructs of a monster longing to become America’s deadliest serial killer and survive the elaborate “death chambers” designed to ensure your perpetual durability.

Don’t play alone!
Pass terrifying tests of loyalty. Are you going to risk your life for someone you care about? The two acclaimed multiplayer modes are back. Share the story online with a friend or play as a group with up to 5 offline players using a shared controller.

Before we leave, we remind you that: The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me will be available from Nov 18, 2022 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | s.

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Source: Lega Nerd

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