The Callisto Protocol: heavily discounted pre-order, for PlayStation and Xbox on eBay

The Callisto Protocol: heavily discounted pre-order, for PlayStation and Xbox on eBay

The Callisto Protocol

Today's eBay offers offer us a discount for pre-ordering The Callisto Protocol. The price is € 49.80 for the PS4 and Xbox One versions, and € 54.80 for the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S versions. You can find the game at the following links:

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The seller is gamesemovieshop with 99.6% positive feedback. Payment is possible via PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, G Pay and American Express. The release date is December 2, 2022.

The Callisto Protocol is the new horror game from the creator of Dead Space. As a prisoner, we will have to escape from a prison on Callisto, a moon of Jupiter. We will have to clash with monstrous creatures, use various weapons and also exploit the environment to tear the enemies to pieces, being careful not to be torn to shreds first.

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How Long to Beat The Callisto Protocol Revealed

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According to recent news, upcoming horror title The Callisto Protocol will take somewhere between 12-14 hours to beat. Coming from some of the creators behind the original Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol is another survival horror title where the player is trapped in a claustrophobic environment fighting off strange, zombie-like creatures. While Dead Space and The Callisto Protocol may have similar premises, the two titles differ in plenty of ways. A lot of The Callisto Protocol's mechanics, for example, set it apart from the 2008 horror classic.

Being a game that focused heavily on body horror, Dead Space originally had a lot of gore and violence, but The Callisto Protocol is looking to take that up a notch. The death animations in The Callisto Protocol are brutal enough on their own, but when combined with the violence the player can dish out through the game's melee combat, it's clear that the prison colony of Black Iron is going to be quite the battleground.

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However, another similarity between the original Dead Space and The Callisto Protocol is in how long it takes to beat both games. Revealed in a recent interview by mp1st with Game Director Glen Schofield, The Callisto Protocol will reportedly take around 12-14 hours to beat. Dead Space originally took around 13 hours to complete the main story and some side content. While it isn't clear whether the Dead Space remake will match this, EA Motive has stated it wishes to uphold the legacy of the original game.

While The Callisto Protocol might not be the lengthiest game on the market today, according to Schofield it will have plenty of replay value, especially in the later acts of the game. 'Beta paths' will allow different players to mark their own path as they approach the story's completion. Through exploring Black Iron prison of The Callisto Protocol, players can find these 'beta paths' and get different routes from their friends, something that Schofield believes will encourage conversations about the game.

Game length is an important discussion topic nowadays, as with the prices of a lot of AAA titles rising, people want to know they're getting value for their money. Some titles like God of War Ragnarok and Starfield promise dozens of hours just in the main story, but so long as a game has replay value, it can make up for having a shorter length to many gamers. Hopefully, The Callisto Protocol can be an exciting horror experience without feeling a tad short.

The Callisto Protocol is set to release on December 2, 2022, for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: mp1st