Supermassive Games' first interactive drama\/horror game, Until Dawn, was released in 2015. The characters' outcomes were eventually decided by rapid events and decisions that were made during gameplay. \n \nSince then, the company has produced The Dark Pictures Anthology, a line of anthology games with a similar gameplay style. Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me will be the title of the following section. \n \nSince the debut of the Dark Pictures Anthology in 2019, Supermassive Games has released a new installment every year. Now that we know when The Devil in Me is released, we can prepare for its arrival in stores later this year. \n \nThe release date for The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me has not yet been decided, although it will occur this fall. It was formally announced in October 2021. The first two games were often released right before Halloween, with the final two following at the end of October. \n \nAccording to a recent post from Aggioranmenti Lumia, the game's scheduled release date will be delayed by one month. Reported leaks are frequently posted on Aggioranmenti Lumia. That's what Lumiya said. On November 30, The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me will be available for purchase. \n \nThis specific launch date appears a little strange. As was already noted, video games are typically published in the fall, generally right before Halloween, to take advantage of the festive time of year. \n \nGiven that video games are typically launched on either Tuesday or Friday, the fact that November 30 falls on a Wednesday is even unusual. God of War: Ragnarok, which debuts on Wednesday, November 9, is among the most recent video games to defy that perception. \n \nOn the other hand, the Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me will be out on October 21; PlayStation Game Size was confirmed earlier this month. Whether or not a source is reliable is still up for debate.