Embrace CALL OF THE SEA in Wonderful Announcement Trailer for Brand-New Xbox Exclusive


Category: Action-Adventure Games

Embrace CALL OF THE SEA in Wonderful Announcement Trailer for Brand-New Xbox Exclusive

The development team at Out of the Blue has announced a new action-adventure game set in the 1930s South Pacific — titled Call of the Sea — that will be available for Xbox One and Xbox Series X as the next-gen console's launch game. The title is also coming to Xbox Game Pass and supports Xbox Smart Delivery.

Inspired by Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water, Call of the Sea will tell the story of Norah, "a woman on the trail of her missing husband’s expedition. The search takes place on a strange but beautiful island in the South Pacific, filled with secrets waiting to be unearthed. It is an otherworldly tale of mystery, adventure, and self-discovery." The protagonist is fully voiced and played by Cissy Jones from Firewatch.

Although the title was announced as an Xbox exclusive, Call of the Sea will also arrive on PC (via Steam), but the only this we know about the newly revealed project's PC port so far is the fact that it's "coming soon."

Quite interestingly, the fast-approaching Call of the Sea is the debut title from Out of the Blue, "a group of veteran developers" — based in Madrid, Spain — "who want to live doing what they love most: games."

Without further ado, take a closer look at the colourful announcement trailer for Call of the Sea down below:

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