The spiritual successor of dead space in Striking Distance, Callisto Agreementwill no longer be centered on the PUBG world.
According to studio founder and CEO Glenn Schofield, who announced the change in a tweet.
Striking Distance was established in 2019 by PUBG publisher PUBG Corp. to develop games set in the world of PUBG.
According to Schofieldthe game “grows into its own world” as development progresses.
Originally part of the PUBG timeline, the upcoming horror game is set 300 years in the future. PUBG players shouldn’t be too disappointed as there will still be “some surprises for fans”, but the game now has its own story and universe.
Set on Jupiter’s moon Callisto in 2320, the game challenges you to escape a maximum-security prison and uncover its terrifying secrets. You can expect a fusion of horror, action and immersive storytelling.
Unveiled at The Game Awards 2020 with a cinematic trailer, the game is a fresh take on the horror genre and is scheduled to release on PC and consoles sometime this year.