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The enigmatic Call of the Sea will debut on Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC this year

TechnologyThe enigmatic Call of the Sea will debut on Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC this year

The beautiful adventure developed by Out of the Blue introduces us to Norah’s character, who sets out in search of her missing husband in the confines of the South Pacific.

Call of the Sea is set to debut on Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC via Steam in late 2020. Developed by Out of the Blue and Raw Fury, the title immerses us in an adventure that will take us to the far reaches of the South Pacific in the mid-1930s. The main character in this story will be Norah, who sets out to follow the trail of her missing husband’s expedition. Yesterday, on the occasion of the presentation of the Xbox Series X games, we had the opportunity to see her first trailer.

Call of the Sea is an extraordinary adventure game set in the South Pacific in the 1930s, as we can read in the game description on Steam. “Explore the remains of a forgotten civilization on a mysterious island paradise and solve its secrets in the search for your husband’s lost expedition.” In this way, Norah’s story will take players to the shores of an island paradise, a forgotten place that lacks a name but is dotted with the remains of a lost civilisation.

In this way, players will enjoy the vision of beautiful landscapes throughout the Call of the Sea adventure. As we move through these environments, we’ll get a chance to meet Norah – who features the voice of Cissy Jones (Firewatch and The Walking Dead Season 1) – as our protagonist embarks on her own emotional journey. In the meantime, we’ll have to manage to discover the clues that will lead us to her husband: “Reconstruct what happened and solve a variety of puzzles”.


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