The publishing home will help with world distribution and advertising for the brand new IP from Useless Area’s co-creator.
Skybound Leisure, recognized for its work with horror franchises akin to The Strolling Useless, has introduced a collaboration with Putting Distance on its not too long ago revealed survival horror, The Callisto Protocol.
The partnership between the 2 corporations will permit the brand new IP to be marketed and expanded in new mediums, together with its already introduced launch on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Skybound says within the announcement that it plans to carry the IP alive past video games alone.
“The partnership between the horror powerhouse and new studio led by the creator of Dead Space, Glen Schofield, will see Skybound Leisure using their transmedia model extension and multiplatform experience to carry Putting Distance Studio’s new IP to life in video games and past,” the assertion reads.
Skybound will even help in distribution and advertising globally for The Callisto Protocol, main as much as the sport’s launch someday in 2022. Putting Distance is owned by The PUBG Company, with the sport tying into the writer’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in a roundabout way.
The Callisto Protocol was revealed at The Game Awards 2020. The trailer confirmed off the sport’s setting, happening on a jail on a frozen moon of Jupiter which has come beneath assault from monstrous creatures. It has some robust Useless Area vibes, which should not be stunning given its being led by the sport’s co-creator, Glen Schofield.