The Callisto Protocol is a new horror project by the creators of Dead Space. This is also a PUBG game.
One of the most exciting announcements at the 2020 Game Awards last week was Callisto Agreement, This is a new survival horror game from the maker of “Dead Space”.
The third-person game was developed at Striking Distance, a studio led by industry veteran and Dead Space co-creator Glen Schofield.
Of course, “Blow Distance” is a studio established by PUBG publisher PUBG Corp. in 2019, dedicated to games in the PUBG universe. In fact, when Schofield announced the studio to the world, he confirmed that the team had made a narrative game in the universe, so we correctly thought it was some sort of shooter.
But what Schofield didn’t reveal at the time was its name or type. We now know that the Callisto protocol and the mysterious project set in the PUBG universe are the same thing. Schofield told IGN in an interview with IGN that the upcoming horror game will take place in the next 300 years of the PUBG universe.
“Interestingly, when I first met with people from PUBG and started talking about this topic, I thought of this story. [The Callisto Protocol] And build a studio. I introduced the game to them, so what we did was make it fit the PUBG storyline. Schofield explained.
We talked to Chief Development Officer Steve Papoutsis (Steve Papoutsis) about why the studio re-rooted because of survival horror.
“Here, I, Glenn and some of the great teams we have formed are passionate about horror games,” Papusis said.
“We hope to be driven by single-player games, centered on the story, and provide many opportunities for panic. Where the theme takes place, we have some cool ideas-in a prison in Callisto on Jupiter’s Dead Moon. Literally , This is the lifting distance of the top line.”
You can read our full interview on the link, or check the IGN chat with Schofield above.