Glen Schofield, the director behind The Callisto Protocol, says the upcoming horror game will not have anything held back for the season pass.


The director of The Callisto Protocol, Glen Schofield, has said the team is not “holding anything back” from the game, in an attempt to clear up any confusion fans may have had about the season pass. Touted as one of the most anticipated horror games of the year, fans are excited to see what many are considering to be a spiritual follow-up to Dead Space, which Schofield also directed. But even before the game is out, there’s already been discussion about some additional content in the future.

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The game’s store pages show there will be a Season Pass for The Callisto Protocol, which will be available for those who purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition. This extra content will feature story DLC, and new game modes and skins. One thing that has caught people’s attention is the addition of 25 new death animations via the Season Pass. However, some fans have expressed concern that developer Striking Distance Studios is withholding some of this content from the main game in order to release it for the Season Pass, which has prompted the director to try and clear some things up.

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In a recent post on Twitter, Schofield has said that nothing is being held back from the main game. In a response to one comment, he felt the need to clarify some information after seeing headlines about the Season Pass and added that the team had put “every freakin thing that was done in the shipping game.” Schofield also says the studio has not even started work on The Callisto Protocol DLC content yet. It looks as though Striking Distance will begin this additional work in the new year, with priority going towards the extra deaths that fans have been asking for.

There have also been other concerns in the run-up to the game’s release. It’s been noted that The Callisto Protocol will come bundled with Denuvo, the anti-piracy and anti-tamper DRM software that’s proved itself less than popular among gamers. Fans have reported issues with overall game performance on titles that have Denuvo, such as Resident Evil Village and Deathloop, and some games like Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order have had the unfashionable DRM tech removed after the fact.

That aside, many are looking forward to The Callisto Protocol, which will be releasing very soon. In fact, December is going to be an interesting month for games in general, with such titles as Need for Speed Unbound, Hello Neighbor 2, and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion all due to launch over the coming weeks.

The Callisto Protocol is set to release on December 2, 2022, for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: The Gamer

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