The Callisto Protocol Introduce Trailer Teases Graphic Fights and Horror

The release of The Callisto Protocol from Striking Distance Studios and Grafton is just a few weeks away now, and ahead of that release, the set put out a new trailer for the game. This one so occurs to be the launch trailer, and as such, it’s rather cinematic in nature and depicts scenes of graphic, gory violence with story details blended in, a fitting conclusion for the similarly graphic campaign leading up to the video game’s release. The game itself is due out on December second.

Those who have actually been following together with the game’s marketing by now should know the story already– protagonist Jacob Lee is stranded on one of Jupiter’s dead moons within a space prison, and there are great deals of icky creatures present there, too, that would love to eliminate him and others in all sorts of gruesome methods. The trailer shows us more of this with Jacob being the gruesome culprit in a number of the scenes, however if you’re simply now finding out about the game, a more detailed overview of it can be discovered below:

Set on Jupiter’s dead moon Callisto in the year 2320, The Callisto Protocol casts players as Jacob Lee– an inmate in Black Iron Prison. When a strange outbreak tosses the moon into chaos, Jacob needs to face his darkest fears to defeat the bloodthirsty creatures that stalk him as he unwinds the dark mysteries at the heart of the effective United Jupiter Company.

Routinely compared to Dead Space (a game which simply so happens to be getting a remake soon, if you didn’t understand), The Callisto Protocol does bring some distinct distinctions when set versus that renowned scary video game. That doesn’t remove it from comparisons completely, nevertheless– our own preview of The Callisto Protocol predicted it would be a fitting spiritual follower for the Dead Area games.


The Callisto Protocol is arranged to launch on December second, so anticipate to see evaluations for the video game going up soon to pass a final verdict on how it plays. Until then, you can have a look at our extra coverage on the video game below:

  • The Callisto Protocol’s Japanese Release Has actually Been Canceled Over Violence
  • The Callisto Protocol Director Currently Wants to Make a Sequel
  • The Callisto Protocol Length Revealed; Numerous Courses Add Replay Value
  • The Callisto Protocol to Get Complete Year of DLC