Developed by Supermassive Games and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes is the third game in the Dark Pictures interactive drama anthology, the previous two being Man of Medan (2019) and Little Hope (2020).
The games have no connection to each other and have a completely new story, setting, and cast of characters.
The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes will set players to experience moments of tension and horror alone in single-player mode or with their friends through a story shared online with 2 players or with up to 5 players (local inline usage – local coop).
In the shadow of the Zagros Mountains, a US military unit was shot down by Iraqi forces. The gunfight caused an earthquake, sending both sides into the ruins of a buried Sumerian temple.
When all communication now doesn’t work. The main characters are trapped and must find a way to escape – unaware that something ancient and evil has awakened in the darkness and bloodlust.
In this murky world, the fates of Rachel King, Jason Kolchek, Nick Kay, Eric King, and Salim Othman are in your hands. Any decision can have terrible consequences. Find out more about them in the latest trailer for the game.
List of actors in The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes
Similar to other Supermassive Games games, those casts of The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes also includes famous names.
Ashley Tisdale as Rachel King.
Nick Tarabay as Salim Othman.
Alex Gravenstein as Eric King.
Paul Zinno as Jason Kolchek.
Moe Jeudy-Lamour as Nick Kay.
Sami Karim as Naram-Sin.
Sammy Azero as Jose Gomez.
Waleed Hamad as Kurum.