Microsoft Store has listed Call of the Sea for PC and Xbox consoles to be launched on December 8th.
Earlier next month, Xbox and PC gamers might be able to start their Lovecraftian adventure in Out of the Blue’s Call of the Sea if the release date listed by Microsoft Store turns out to be true.
According to the game’s official page on Microsoft Store, Call of the Sea will be available on December 8 for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC. The game will support Smart Delivery, meaning that you can buy it on Xbox One and add to your Xbox Series X | S library whenever you get one. Besides, the game has been optimized for Xbox Series X and S, running at 120 FPS on both consoles. Currently, you can pre-order the game for $17.99 with 10% off, but be aware that it will be available for free for all Xbox Game Pass subscribers at launch.
Call of the Sea is a first-person puzzle-adventure game with a storyline that’s heavily inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s novels, though it doesn’t depict those stories in a horrifying way. Instead, the game tries to put you in some gorgeous but mysterious locations to solve various puzzles and search for clues that might help the protagonist to find a trace of her dead husband. Here you can check out the gameplay overview of it:
The game is being developed by a Spanish studio as their debut project. Tatiana Delgado, the director behind the game, work along with 11 developers in Madrid, Spain to deliver this good-looking experience as soon as possible.
Thus far, there’s been no official statement from neither the developer nor the publisher around Call of the Sea‘s release date, but they might react to Microsoft Store’s listing very soon if it’s true.