During today’s Xbox Series X broadcast, the trailer for Call of the Sea, a new first-person adventure puzzle game from the 1930s was shown. Vivid graphics and simple stylistics tell the story of the woman Nora, who went in search of the expedition of her missing husband.
Searches take place on a strange but beautiful island in the South Pacific, filled with secrets and riddles, which need to be found and solved. This is an otherworldly story about mystery, adventure, and self-knowledge. The presented trailer is really intriguing. Nora feels certain calls on this island and, possibly, will discover new abilities in herself.
The description tells us to take a look at a world with visually stunning surroundings while immersing ourselves in a deep love story with complex but interesting puzzles in an adventure game without violence. Call of the Sea looks like classic puzzles like The Turing Test or Portal, as well as adventure games like Deliver Us The Moon.
The heroine was voiced and played by Cissy Jone, who previously worked on Firewatch and the first season of The Walking Dead. Call of the Sea is the debut project of Out of the Blue. The game will be released on the Xbox Series X and Xbox One, as well as on the PC at the end of 2020. The page on Steam is already available and so far promises only English localization. The new Microsoft console supports 4K, HDR, 60 frames, and Smart Delivery technology. The game will be available on the Xbox Game Pass.