The creators of Until Dawn and The Dark Pictures would like to release a game based on the “Day of the Dead” and “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

Edition IGN talked to Will Doyle from the studio Supermassive games… Journalists asked the head of the development of cinematic horror The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes about which films inspire his work and which works his team would like to work with in the future.

Doyle immediately mentioned the classic film series “A Nightmare on Elm Street“. According to the developer, the history Freddy Krueger fits well with the concept of interactive horror – the villain himself is very charismatic, and a tie on the world of dreams would allow Supermassive implement interesting ideas and techniques, such as dynamically changing locations.

Will Doyle also mentioned “Day of the dead“director George Romero… The developer admitted that he was deeply impressed by the violent scenes after watching this film as a child, and is still fascinated by the aesthetics of traditional zombie horror.

Worldwide premiere House of ashes, the studio’s third standalone game from horror anthology The dark pictures, will take place October 22, 2023… The horror of the monsters hiding in the sands will be released on PC and all current consoles Playstation and Xbox

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