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Until Dawn Developer Trademarks House of Ashes

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Powerhouse experimental developer Supermassive Games has nabbed the “House of Ashes” trademark for an upcoming project.

The trademark application is valid in both the United States and Europe, but lacks any details beyond the expected indication that it pertains to a video game.

At present, Supermassive has a single known title in development: Man of Medan, which is being published by Bandai Namco as part of a prospective series titled the Dark Pictures Anthology. That game is set to launch in 2019 and features a group of young people trapped on a ghost ship.

The developer describes the anthology as “a series of intense, standalone horror games,” and “House of Ashes” certainly seems evocative enough to fall under that banner.

However, Supermassive has a habit of working on multiple projects at once and expanding its boundaries. Until Dawn was a breakout QuanticDream-like hit, but the developer has also produced VR games (The Inpatient, Shattered State) and offered one of the flagship games of Sony’s PlayLink initiative: Hidden Agenda.

Furthermore, late last year, the team teased that it has “several unannounced PS-exclusives” in the works.

Let OnlySP know below what you are hoping to see from this new project.

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Damien Lawardorn
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