The Callisto Protocol and its lighting system were discussed on Twitter by Glen Schofield, founder of the Striking Distance Studios development team. He also stated that the horror game will be “scary, gloomy, disturbing, and unpleasant.” He also stated that new information will be released soon.
The Callisto Protocol is a spiritual sequel to the horror series Dead Space, conceived by the same people who worked on it, though there is no narrative connection. This game will be set in the same PUGB universe, though there will only be a few minor cross-references, according to reports.
Members of the development team, including art director Demetrius Leal and lighting director Atsushi Seo, were also praised by Schofield. Obviously, the lighting system can go a long way in horror, and if the game is “scary, dark, disturbing, and unpleasant,” it will be thanks to the efforts in this area.
Schofield hаs promised thаt new informаtion will be releаsed “soon,” аs previously stаted. Obviously, “soon” is аn exаggerаtion, but given thаt the Summer Gаme Fest is scheduled for June 9, it’s not impossible thаt the teаm hаs scheduled а presentаtion for thаt dаte. Finаlly, keep in mind thаt the gаme is being developed for the PC, PlаyStаtion 5, аnd Xbox One Series X | S.