Get ready for more The Callisto Protocol news next week

Get ready for more The Callisto Protocol news next week

New details about Striking Distance Studios’s new sci-fi horror The Callisto Protocol are set to be revealed next week.

This is what Striking Distance Studios CEO Glen Schofield said yesterday, who teased yesterday that “now may be a good time to get started” by watching the updates from the studio.


Until now, the studio was indeed playing its cards very close to the chest, but yesterday – aptly on Friday the 13th – Schofield teased on his personal Twitter account that we should “look for something new next week” before dropping the amazingly coarse close-up image of one of The Callisto Protocol creatures below.

“If you’re not already following @CallistoTheGame now might be a good time to start,” Schofield said. “Look for some news next week. Until then, here is a close-up of one of our world-class character creatures. It’s incredible. Good Friday and 13! Get ready!”

As Schofield told us in an interview when the horror was revealed, the story takes place in a distant future on Callisto, Jupiter’s second largest moon, and equal in size to a planet like Mercury – “It’s a good size moon!” Glen said – and it was confirmed that he is a third person and single player.

“Well, I’m not sure how much I can say about that,” Schofield told us after his revelation a year ago. “But you know, there ‘s a story, and there’ s a big story being written now. I wanted to do another science fiction horror game. I mean, you know, I like to do science fiction and I like to do horror. I wanted to go back to that. “That’s what I wanted to do. So I came up with an idea for them – then we try to update this story that they are working on.”

Schofield also recently shared some new concept art from The Callisto Protocol. The CEO of Striking Distance Studios shared what appears to be the art of an enemy idea against the backdrop of a dirty, dilapidated science fiction backdrop of broken corridors and torn fences.

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