Brace yourselves, horror fans: information on the upcoming sci-fi horror, The Callisto Protocol, is coming next week.
Glen Schofield, co-creator of the insanely good Dead Space series and CEO of new PUBG-flavored studio Striking Distance, made the announcement on Twitter, teasing that now was the perfect time to start following social media channels. of the game, as there is “some news” coming “next week”.
“If you’re not already following @CallistoTheGame, now might be a good time to start,” Schofield said. “Watch for news next week. Until then, here’s a close-up of one of the creatures from our world-class team of characters. They’re amazing. Happy Friday the 13th! Get ready!”
If you’re not already following @CallistoTheGame, now might be a good time to start. Watch for some news next week. Until then, here’s a close-up of one of the creatures from our world-class team of characters. They are incredible. Happy Friday the 13th! Get prepared! pic.twitter.com/u9xDxJ4CbCMay 13, 2022
The tease was accompanied by a close-up of one of the game’s yet-to-be-named creatures, a throbbing mass of veins, pus, and slime that looks fantastically disgusting.
The Callisto Protocol is actually part of the PUBG universe, as it’s being developed by Krafton Inc., the parent company of PUBG Corp. That may sound a bit far-fetched, but Schofield himself explained it in late 2020. how The Callisto Protocol is part of the PUBG universe usually.
For more information, see our The Callisto Protocol Preview since earlier this year as we move towards the eventual release of the horror game.
“The fact that The Callisto Protocol can thrill us so much by showing us so little says a lot about Schofield and his team,” Joe wrote at the time. “Dead Space is widely regarded as one of the best action-driven survival horror series of all time, and while I enjoyed the first and third entries, and look forward to the remake of the original later this year , Dead Space 2 is up there with My Favorite Games of All Genres.
“Over a decade later, and nine years since the last entry in the main series, the idea of wandering around an abandoned, zombie-monster-filled prison three centuries into the future, searching for weapons and resources, and finding out what the hell is going on in I mean, this writes itself, right?
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