The Callisto Protocol: death animations removed and sold as DLC? Schofield clarifies

In the past few hours, a controversy has arisen related to the Season Pass of The Callisto Protocol, within which additional death animations will be sold. Many users have not taken it well, sensing that the contents in question have been removed from the base game to be sold post-launch as DLC.

The attempt to make money on content cut from the main game is peremptorily denied by Glen Schofield: the father of the Dead Space series was alarmed at the dissemination of information and decided to intervene personally to clarify the situation Season Pass.

According to a recent post published on Twitter, the extra animations of The Callisto Protocol are not ready at all at the moment and the development team will make them next year to be able to make them available after the debut set for December. The animations will thus progressively accompany the launch of the remaining DLCs, including new skins, a new game difficulty, a horde mode set in a new map, and an expansion of the story.

“To be clear: we are not removing anything from the main game for the season pass. We haven’t started working on this content yet. These are all new things that we will be working on in the new year. Fans have been asking for EVEN MORE deaths, then we will make it a priority next yearreads the twitter that we have reported at the bottom.

Looking forward to the debut set at December 2nd on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PS4, it seems that the first video leaks of The Callisto Protocol have leaked online.

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