Focus Interactive brought the first trailer of Call of Cthulhu, the research RPG developed French studio Cyanide Studio. The game will include elements of psychological and stealth mechanics terror, acclimating in a highly immersive world.
Call of Cthulhu – Horror RPG-investigation Game
Today the trailer gives us a look at some of the scenarios that players will explore on the island of Darkwater. From sinister docks to a deceased family mansion, Call of Cthulhu offers a dark and oppressive environment that will pay tribute to the work and Lovecraft universe. A press release describes Call of Cthulhu as “an RPG-investigation” game. It puts you in the shoes of a private investigator, Edward Pierce, in 1920s-era Boston as he investigates the death of a woman and her family.
“On a mission to find the truth behind the death of an acclaimed artist and his family on the island backwater, the player will soon discover a disturbing truth, while the Great Dreamer, Cthulhu, prepares for his awakening.”
Patrick Pligersdorffer, CEO of Cyanide Studio, said:
“We are happy that Focus has trusted us the development and adaptation of the legendary video game Call of Cthulhu RPG. As old fans of the franchise, working full time as a publisher Focus Home Interactive in such an original and exciting project, is again a privilege. We hope to offer fans the game they have been waiting for. “
Cédric Lagarrigue, President of Focus Home Interactive, added:
“We are deeply honored to partner again with Cyanide. They grew up with us for the past 10 years to become today one of the best independent developers in Europe. With titles like Styx: Master of Shadows and The Blood Bowl series, have proven their creativity and ability to offer gaming experiences strong original worlds. Cyanide has been wanting to make the adaptation of Call of Cthulhu for years, and now have all the cards to create a game that will satisfy fans of the Cthulhu mythos, as well as players looking for an experience rich and original game. “
The game will come to PC and next-Gen consoles in 2017.