Video leaks of The Callisto Protocol are appearing on industry forums and on the most popular social networks, with all the annoyances deriving from the spoilers on the history of the sci-fi horror of Striking Distance that we can easily guess.
The films in question would show clips of gameplay made by those who, evidently, have already managed to get their hands on the latest splatter-tinged adventure of Glen Schofield, the father of Dead Space.
Judging by the video leaks, then, it sure looks like some retailers have decided not to respect day one agreed with Krafton for the retail sale of copies of the title received after the achievement of the Gold phase of The Callisto Protocol.
The South Korean publisher is therefore engaging in a real battle against spoilers, or at least this is the feeling we can get by observing the growing number of gameplay leaks hit by the ax of Copyright Infringement after a complaint made by Krafton to the managers of portals such as YouTube.
In light of all this, we invite those who follow us to pay particular attention to the most famous social networks, sector sites and forums due to the ever-increasing risk of spoilers on the gameplay and on the events of the story of The Callisto Protocol in view of the launch , officially scheduled for December 2nd on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Pending further clarifications from Krafton and Striking Distance, we invite you to stay on the pages of Everyeye.it to read our special on The Callisto Protocol between blood, death and terror in space.