Glen Schofield teases the Callisto Protocol News alongside a closeup of a creature

In celebration of Friday the 13th, Striking Distance founder and CEO Glen Schofield has not only announced that news for the Callisto Protocol is on the way next week, but he’s also shared a chilling close-up of one of the game’s creatures .

Schofield, who was also the creator of Dead Space, shared on Twitter the news about the game, set in the PUBG universe and due for release in 2022 on PC and consoles.

“If you’re not already following me @CallistoTheGame now might be a good time to start,” Schofield wrote. “Check for news next week. Until then, here’s a close-up of one of our world-class character team’s creatures. You are unbelievable. Happy Friday the 13th! Getting ready!”

The image is extreme close-up and it’s hard to decipher exactly what it is, but it looks straight out of a nightmare and lends support to Schofield’s earlier comments that The Callisto Protocol is intended to be “the scariest game on next-gen platforms.” . “

Announced at The Game Awards 2020, Callisto Protocol is a single-player, third-person survival horror adventure set to take place in the year 2320 on Jupiter’s moon Callisto.

In the game, players must “survive unspeakable horrors as they escape Black Iron [Prison] and unravel the dark secrets of the mysterious United Jupiter Company.”

In February 2021, Striking Distance announced it was teaming up with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and his company Skybound Entertainment to expand the reach of The Callisto Protocol as an IP.

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