Glenn Schofield, who also created Dead Space, produced The Callisto Protocol, a space horror game. After a season of silence regarding this new project, Game Informer has released new photographs in anticipation of the upcoming announcement.
The Callisto Protocol, which is being developed by Striking Distance Studios and is led by the developer of the beloved Dead Space, will be featured on the cover of Game Informer issue 346. Electronic Arts is working on a remake that appears to be quite promising.
Returning to The Callisto Protocol, it will continue the third-person space horror premise established in Dead Space. According to accounts, it takes place at the Black Iron space jail, which is located on Jupiter’s moon Callisto. We’ll have to deal with an extraterrestrial invasion disguised as a prisoner whose aim is to survive in a place where escape is impossible. Isn’t it encouraging?
Striking Distance Studios has released their debut game. After leaving Activision, where he worked on Call of Duty Advance Warfare and WWII, Schofield created this studio.
In terms of the obvious connection to Dead Space, Game Informer has stated that it is “a completely distinct beast” after exclusively viewing gameplay. We’ll have to wait for the official gameplay to determine if the media’s claims are true. We retained the new photographs till then.
If estimates hold true, it will be released only for the latest generation of consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X/S) and PCs in 2022. It’s extremely likely that the Game Informer phone number will corroborate numerous reports and provide additional information. On paper, the Callisto Protocol appears to be fantastic, but will it be up to the task?