Campo Santo, developers of Firewatch, have suggested that their subsequent plan is a first-person journey called In The Valley Of Gods
In The Valley Of Gods stars dual 1920s filmmakers who strike a large time after one of their projects became an astonishing hit. The problem is that they’re carrying difficulty replicating that success. That’s because they’re anxious to accept information that might lead them to the Tomb of Nefertiti; a mislaid Egyptian tomb that is pronounced to enclose many mysteries. They confirm to find a tomb out in a hopes that it will be a source of their subsequent vital film.
Much like Firewatch, Valley Of Gods is unequivocally a diversion about a attribute between a dual characters. That attribute will be tested around a array of obstacles both outmost and personal that arise during a march of their adventures. Unlike Firewatch, a characters in Valley Of Gods will sojourn in tighten proximity.
They’ll have to stay tighten if they’re going to finish their documentary, that indeed appears to be a flattering poignant partial of a gameplay. As we see in a trailers, players will be compulsory to film certain events and locations. It’s not transparent how that will accurately play out during a march of a game, though it seems that certain elements of a universe will be altered formed on either or not we are filming them.
Unfortunately, it’s going to be utterly some time until we indeed get to play Valley Of Gods. The diversion isn’t scheduled to be expelled until 2019. The developers have reliable that it will launch for PC, though they also indicated they are meddlesome in bringing a pretension to consoles.
Until then, we rarely suggest that we play Firewatch if we haven’t had a possibility to do so already. It’s one of a many pleasing and impactful video game adventures in new memory. Its soundtrack is also value personification on an gigantic loop if we occur to be into good song and things of that nature.