The Devil in Me is the fourth game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, and it’s also considered as the Season 1 finale. In a way, you’ll notice several QOL improvements from the previous titles, and a slightly longer campaign that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Here’s our The Devil in Me guides and features hub to help keep your characters alive, obtain collectibles/achievements, and find all possible deaths.
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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me guides and features hub
Official review – A mansion that’s filled with traps and shifting walls, as well as a killer that’s on the loose. The tense and foreboding atmosphere never lets up. Still, is The Devil in Me worth your while?
Everyone Survives walkthrough – As usual, the main goal is to keep everyone alive throughout a night of dread.
All Premonitions – Find the pictures that will reveal potential fates.
Directive 8020 and the last Premonition – This last one lets you glimpse a moment from the next game in the series.
Dumb Ways to Die: All character deaths – The Devil in Me has numerous possible death scenes.
Fastest ways to kill characters – Of course, you can try to eliminate your characters as early as possible.
The Suffocation Room – You’ll have to choose which character runs out of oxygen.
The Glass Trap – And, in this one, you’ll have to choose who gets squashed.
How to save Connie the Dog – Please make the right choice and save the doggo!
Lake finale (main variant) – This is one variant of the finale.
Ultimatum finale (alternate variant) – The second variant leads to a grim resolution.
All ending scenes – Find out what types of ending scenes you can get in The Devil in Me.
How to get the Guilty achievement – Distrust leads to danger and death.
How to get the Man of Many Interests achievement – Gather a bunch of business cards.
How to get the Say Cheese achievement – Take photos of the main characters whenever possible.
How to solve the Fusebox Puzzles -Restore power to various areas.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is available via Steam.