Having ranked first on Steam’s “Top Sellers” list since its launch on October 28, Call of duty modern warfare 2 He dethroned not by one game, but by two. The second game now Warhammer 40,000: Darktidewhich was released on November 30 to a generally warm reception. Today’s number one match, that match Callisto protocol. And if you’re wondering how good the PC version is, only 36 percent of the more than 6,000 Steam user reviews are positive, giving the game a “mostly negative” rating. However, while most of those playing it on PC don’t seem to enjoy it, largely due to its many performance issues, that doesn’t stop it from selling. It was in first place – ahead of the aforementioned pair of games, and Midnight from Marvel And the Need for Speed Unbound Rounding out the top five – for the whole day.
Developed by Striking Distance Studios – led by an innovator dead space – and published by Crafton, Callisto protocol It is a survival horror game inspired by the aforementioned dead space.
In this narratively-driven third-person survival horror game set 300 years in the future, the player will assume the role of Jacob Lee – a victim of fate that has thrown him into Black Iron Prison, a maximum security prison located on Jupiter’s moon, Callisto. An official description of the game. When prisoners begin to transform into monstrous creatures, the prison is thrown into chaos. To survive, Jacob must fight his way to safety to escape Black Iron Prison, while uncovering the dark and disturbing secrets buried beneath Callisto’s surface. MIX From shooting to close combat, Jacob will need to adapt his tactics to combat the rapidly evolving creatures while researching new weapons, equipment, and abilities to outrun the growing threat and escape the horrors of Jupiter’s dead moon.”
“Callisto ProtocoIt could have been much better than it is. in absence dead space and other similar games over the past decade, Callisto protocol It is released here at the end of 2022 to give the survival horror genre a chance in the arm,” reads the opening of our review of the game. And while Callisto pretty much hits all the basic standards you’d expect from a game of this type, it doesn’t do anything special to make it a memorable experience.”