Yesterday, developer White Wolf announced its partnership with Paris-based video game publisher Focus Home Interactive, with the intent to make a licensed PC and console game set in the World of Darkness. That title will be Werewolf: The Apocalypse.
The game will be developed by the game development studio Cyanide (who are behind video game titles like: Styx: Master of Shadows, Blood Bowl, and Call of Cthulhu). In the game, you will become a Garou, a rage-fueled Werewolf warrior opposed to urban civilization and the destruction it brings. The Garou are born to fight the corruption of The Wyrm, a powerful supernatural force leading us towards an inevitable Apocalypse. So you know, the usual stuff.
The questions that rest within the game are many. Such as the world is dying, then will you Rage? The core question of Werewolf: The Apocalypse is more relevant today than ever before and the cooperation with Focus and Cyanide will finally give gamers the opportunity to revel in the raw power and primal spirituality of the Garou. What is the price of saving the world with fang and claw? You’ll get the answer to that as you explore the darkest corners of a dying planet.
The World Of Darkness has always attracted people, especially once who desire to talk dark and immerse stories. The trio of White Wolf, Focus Home, and Cyanide are very excited to bring the world to life via Werewolf: The Apocalypse, and hope that gamers enjoy it along with them. More information is said the be coming in early February.