Blood Bowl and Styx: Master of Shadows developer Cyanide showed off a glimpse of its upcoming Call of Cthulhu RPG for E3.
While the latest trailer contains little, if any, actual gameplay, it appears to be in-engine at least and gives us a good sense of the game's ominous art direction.
The game puts players in the role of private investigator Edward Pierce as he investigates the death of a family on the not too subtly named Darkwater Island. Along the way he'll question his sanity as he encounters cultists, conspiracies, elder gods, and the like.
The new Call of Cthulhu game continues to look promising.
Focus Home Interactive's MIA Call of Cthulhu game is back from the dead.
Sherlock Holmes and Magrunner developer Frogwares is working on a Call of Cthulhu game, publisher Focus Home Interactive has announced.
The reveal was made over Twitter, where the niche publisher released the following five pieces of early production art for the project.
Little is known about the game at this time, but Focus Home noted that it's coming to PC and "next-gen consoles," by which I'm assuming it means PS4 and Xbox One. One wonders what kind of game this will be. Will the perspective be in first-person or third? Will it be an action game, a puzzle game like Sherlock, or maybe a hybrid horror adventure like Bethesda's 2005 Xbox and PC offering Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth? I've sent the publisher a request for more info, and will update if I find out more.