Breathtaking CALL OF THE SEA Will Arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC on December 8


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Category: Action-Adventure Games

Breathtaking CALL OF THE SEA Will Arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC on December 8

Microsoft has revealed the official release date for Out of the Blue Games' Call of the Sea, a colourful — and maybe more importantly, Lovecraftian — action-adventure title that will make its debut in three weeks time.

That's right, the long-awaited walking simulator will arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series and PC on December 8.

The Spanish team's homage to Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is focused on the great adventure of Norah, a fearless woman who decides to travel to a breathtaking island, hoping to find her missing husband.

Although Call of the Sea is heavily inspired by the work of H. P. Lovecraft, it probably won't be as grim, dark, and dispiriting as Cyanide's Call of Cthulhu and Frogwares' The Sinking City. According to the Madrid-based video game developer, their purpose is to tell "a story of a resolute woman, involved in a mystery, and a journey of discovery and acceptance. Not only the acceptance of other realities outside our own but also focusing on how the discovery of events at a greater scale can lead us to the acceptance of who we really are. A story of mystery and adventure, but at the same time a story of self-discovery."

If you just can't wait to see Call of the Sea in action, the team at IGN has shared nearly 20 minutes of never-before-seen gameplay footage from the game, putting the spotlight on the upcoming title's opening scene.

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