I’m not Bio-shocked that this game appears to be like so good
For a very long time now, followers of the Bioshock sequence have been ready to see what’s next from Ken Levine and his crew at Ghost Story Games. Their challenge had been stored beneath tight wraps with loads of whispers however nothing concrete till tonight. One of the first trailers in The Game Awards this yr was the Judas reveal trailer and, yeah, it appears to be like rather a lot like a non secular successor to basic first-person shooter sequence.
Sadly, it’s a type of trailers you need to watch on YouTube. Guess all the blood and guts makes it inappropriate for youthful viewers.
Anyway, there is rather a lot to soak up with this trailer, and a few of the imagery factors to Levine as soon as once more diving into some controversial tasks in the creation of this world. I’m positively impressed by what’s right here to date and may’t wait to see extra in the weeks and months forward. Hopefully, it’s in a position to overcome Levine’s storied perfectionism that usually results in tumultuous growth cycles.
Judas doesn’t have a set launch date, however when it does launch, it should arrive on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Steam, and the Epic Game Store.