The player released more than 30 minutes of gameplay horror

The player released more than 30 minutes of gameplay horror The Callisto Protocol from the creator of Dead Space

In a series of leaks from big-budget releases just before the premiere, the gameplay of the final version of the sci-fi horror The Callisto Protocol made an early appearance on YouTube.

    Image source: Krafton

Image source: Krafton

The cause of Striking Distance developers’ headaches was a YouTube user under the alias Visar Kukaj who started posting on your channel Excerpts from the Callisto Protocol walkthrough.

Apparently Visar Kukaj received a disk copy of The Callisto Protocol ahead of time – we’re talking about the version for PS5. The videos posted by the player are screen captures of the gameplay, so it’s difficult to judge the quality of the graphics.

    Image source: YouTube (Visar Kukaj)

Image source: YouTube (Visar Kukaj)

Visar Kukaj showed the gameplay of The Callisto Protocol for over half an hour, including a prologue, an introduction to the main characters, a mechanics training and fights with different monsters. The game also crashed once.

It is worth noting that Visar Kukaj’s videos have already started to be removed from YouTube. For example, the 13-minute intro to The Callisto Protocol (original video not available) can now only be found in the form copies or at other locations.

Remember that the events of the Callisto Protocol will unfold in 2320. Players take on the role of cargo ship pilot Jacob Lee in an attempt to escape the black metal prison on Callisto, which is infested with grotesque biophages (mutants).

The Callisto Protocol will be released in 10 days on December 2nd on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S. Development is being led by Dead Space creator Glen Schofield.

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