The first review of The Callisto Protocol appears online, which even awarded the game a perfect score.
In these hours, the first review of The Callisto Protocol has emerged online , the sci-fi horror film developed by Striking Distance Studios. The article, most likely published by mistake, was released before the expiry of the embargo and removed after a few hours by the newspaper.
The Entertainment editorial staff of the Evening Standard welcomed Glen Schofield’s new product with great enthusiasm, even assigning the game a perfect score . In fact, The Callisto Protocol has been described as a title that does not disappoint expectations with an excellent graphics sector, an exciting story full of moments of pure terror.
Obviously it is still too early to draw conclusions: we will have to wait a little longer before finding out if this extremely positive judgment will be shared by the rest of the press. The fact is that the words of the Evening Standard newspaper do nothing but further ignite the curiosity and expectations on the part of the players.
Before leaving you, we remind you that The Callisto Protocol tells the story of Jacob Lee grappling with the exploration of the maximum security prison on Callisto, the second largest moon of Jupiter, which contains unspeakable horrors. In the game, we will be able to fight both through the use of firearms and through melee attacks . Furthermore, Jacob, the protagonist, will also be able to rely on some “GRP” skills that will allow him to attract objects towards himself to move them and thus solve small puzzles.
The game will also take advantage of a technique called “Horror Engineering” which blends different components such as atmosphere, tension, violence and a sense of helplessness with the aim of triggering an unprecedented sense of terror.
The Callisto Protocol will be available from December 2 for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.