The Callisto Protocol, the new game from the creator of Dead Space will be “creepy and terrifying”

The Callisto Protocol was announced during the celebration of The Game Awards 2020. The project, destined to arrive sometime this year at PC, PS5 y Xbox Series X|Sis run by Striking Distance Studios, a team based in Zaragoza and led by none other than Glen A. Schofield, the creator of the Dead Space saga and founder of Sledgehammer Games (Call of Duty).

Not many details are known about the title, and Schofield wanted to go back in time to promise us something: it will be a game “scary, uncomfortable and creepy”. He has done it through Twitter, where he has also confirmed that Demetrius Leal and Atsushi Seo, with whom he has already worked on titles such as Dead Space, The Godfather and Call of Duty: Advance Warfare, among others, are immersed in the growth.

The Callisto Protocol, 300 years after PUBG

Although it may seem crazy, the long-awaited horror game comparte universo con PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the famous battle royale. More specifically, the story is set 300 years after it (year 2320) and will take us to Callisto, one of the moons of the planet Jupiter, where we will have to explore a maximum security prison called Sideros. The decision is peculiar, of course, although for now we do not know the exact connection that both titles will maintain.

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Horror games coming in 2022

We have barely reached the halfway point of the year and we already have a schedule full of horror titles that we will be able to enjoy in the coming months. Outlast Trials, Daymare 1994: Sandcastle and the flashy Scorn are some of them. If you are lovers of the subject, in the following link you can find a report in which to learn a little more about each of them.

The Callisto Protocol is scheduled to arrive in sometime in 2022 a PC, PS5 y Xbox Series X|S.

Fuente | Glen A. Schofield (Striking Distance Studios)