Yesterday, Ghost Story Games announced their upcoming title Judas. The new project was revealed by Geoff Keighley at the Game Awards 2022 as a world premiere. They state that Judas is an entirely new kind of single-player narrative shooter, helmed by renowned creator Ken Levine, who previously worked on titles such as System Shock 2, BioShock, and BioShock Infinite.
- Ghost Story Games has announced their new project, Judas—a single-player ego shooter with a focus on narrative.
- The game will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
- Judas follows the story of a mysterious character who must make or break alliances with enemies in order to survive.
- Ghost Story Games was founded by Ken Levine—the creative director behind System Shock 2, BioShock, and BioShock Infinite—and other former Irrational Games developers.
You find yourself in the role of Judas, a mysterious character in trouble, in a spaceship that’s slowly falling apart and needs to escape. The only way to survive is to make deals with your worst enemies or break them. Will you work with them to fix what you have destroyed- or will you let it all burn? Check the reveal trailer of Judas below.
Ken Levine, President and Creative Director of Ghost Story Games, said “We founded Ghost Story Games to build on the legacy of System Shock 2, BioShock, and BioShock Infinite.” He added, “With Judas, we’ve created a completely new world and set of characters while experimenting with different approaches to narrative single-player shooters.”
Ghost Story Games was founded by Ken Levine and former developers from Irrational Games. The studio has the goal of creating narratively-driven experiences based on immersive worlds and gameplay. They have been passionate about this for over 25 years and have a track record of creating genre-defining experiences.
Will it become an interactive movie or will it provide more open space and room for exploration? Images and videos of Judas look appealing but not much beyond that eye candy is known yet. It will be great to see what else this game entails based on the little information that is available. Judging from what has been released so far, it seems that fans of Levine’s previous work might not be disappointed.
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Source: We received the details and media in a press release via email.