Striking Distance, the developer of the recently announced horror title Callisto ProtocolSeems to have confirmed that horrifying space games are actually being played in space everywhere, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds —The future of the game is 300 years.
Studio director Glenn Scofield told the weekend after the first public release, “Interestingly, I heard this when I first met the people at PUBG and started talking. [The Callisto Protocol] And build a studio. I presented this game to them so I tried to fit it in the PUBG storyline. Schofield hinted at this when he said in 2019 that his studio was working on a new game in the PUBG universe, but it’s fair to say that most people were surprised to see SF Horror. Callisto Protocol It was announced at the Game Awards last week.
However, the game is firmly rooted in survival horror, not parental battle royale styling. Scofield promises that his team really wants to immerse you in the world. In this world. The more you immerse yourself, the more you want to know more about the story, the more you want to know more about those little tips, even though you have to escape from this prison and overcome these unimaginable horrors. Probably. “What the hell is this? What is this mystery?”
Scofield isn’t messing around with the sound, either for the purpose of the team’s game. “I can say that my goal and the goal of the team is to make the most horrifying game of the next generation. Platform. If that’s what you want to play, that’s what we bring.” When will he succeed Callisto Protocol It will be available on PC and console in 2022.