The Devil In Me Last Premonition Spaced Directive 8020 Dark Pictures Anthology Next Game
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As with other games in The Dark Pictures Anthology, one last collectible shows you what you can expect down the line. You can bet that the series will continue, and it’ll likely be out of this world. Here’s our The Devil in Me guide to help you with the last premonition and Directive 8020, the next game in the series.

Note: For more information, check out our The Devil in Me guides and features hub. Likewise, you can take a look at our main guide for all the premonitions/pictures. Lastly, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers.


The Devil in Me guide – Directive 8020 and the last premonition

To find the last premonition in The Devil in Me, you’ll need to reach the Cliffside chapter. There, you’ll come across an abandoned factory. In my playthrough, I was using Charlie here since I managed to keep him alive. I’m not yet sure if Mark will have access to this chapter in case Charlie’s already dead.

Now, before you climb the side of the shed and enter it, you’ll want to check the right-hand side of the scaffolding first. Shimmy across the gap and go through the open window.

Inside, you’ll find the last premonition or picture hanging on the wall. It’s called “Spaced,” and you’ll soon find out why. It depicts a couple of astronauts inside a ship. An explosion occurs, and one of them is blown out into the infinite darkness.

From this point, just progress further and complete the campaign. Let the end credits roll, and you should see a prompt telling you to skip to the end. Press that button only once, as the teaser will play next.

The teaser for Directive 8020, the next game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, depicts the following:

  • The narrator, Commander Stafford, says that their vessel, the Cassiopeia, is in orbit over Tau Ceti F. The ship has suffered impact damage, though it remains somewhat functional.
  • The planet is seen in the distance. A few flashes occur, which look like caverns with purple light or, more likely, human synapses.
  • Another character named Thomas Carter speaks up. He says: “Something’s wrong with Simms! She’s trying to kill me!”
  • Carter’s voice cuts out, and Stafford continues his monologue saying that their next broadcast will come from humanity’s future home.
  • The teaser ends, with “Season Two Premiere” appearing at the bottom.

Well, based on this, it’s clear that Directive 8020 is a sci-fi horror game set in the far future, with our people colonizing new worlds. As for what happened to Simms, our guess is as good as yours. My take is that it might be somewhat related to a previous game in the series. (Mind you, the article I just linked here has a ton of spoilers, so don’t click that if you haven’t played the other Dark Pictures games).

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is available via Steam.

Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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