The Callisto Protocol was announced at The Game Awards earlier this month, and you’ll be the first to see this new horror title set within the same game universe as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. However, the trailer I saw during the show was toned down-and now a much more violent red band version has been released.
The trailer started as well, and it still gives the feel of a major Dead Space, as developer Striking Distance was founded by game co-creator Glen Schofield. However, the first trailer is separated from the monster attack, which is not the case.
This extended trailer shows that the characters featured at The Game Awards are brutal, but they don’t look good. If you don’t like what you see (because many people don’t), we recommend skipping this trailer.
The trailer also has a new ending, which is a definitive proof of the character’s fate.
Callisto Protocol will be released on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X / S in 2022. I haven’t seen the gameplay footage yet. Therefore, it is not yet completely clear what kind of game it will be.