Fans of the Dark Pictures Anthology are probably in for a first-gen treat.

Both Man of Medan and Little Hope received PEGI ratings for native PS5, suggesting they might be improved for Sonys next-gen console soon. The Xbox Series owners won’t probably be missing out, either. Little Hope has just been rated for Microsoft’s next-gen console duo, too, and Man of Medan will likely follow.

Even though none of the two armbands were ever on that date, this is a mischief, this is the third slew of the original and as it is not true, issuing the PS5 and the PS5/Xbox Series X a console, on the old, or new era?

Most familiar with the series know that the next generation version of the latest entry, House of Ashes, has already begun. The third entry to the Dark Pictures Anthology, The Devil in Me, will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox One. With so many games, it sounds logical for Supermassive Games and Bandai Namco to return and update the first two to get them into line.

Should you announce that next-generation versions of Man of Medan and Little Hope get announced? We expect better images, shorter loading times and so on, 60 feet. DualSense support on PS5 would be useful, too. Until they were officially announced, they were in the dark.

Are you familiar with The Dark Film? Here, we are reading a book of Man of Medan, here, in our review of Little Hope, and here, in our review of house of ashes. There’s no doubt that cinematic horror lovers would have the courage to learn.