Tobias Pieceman | 2/7/2023 – 7:23 p.m
Ken Levine’s latest shooter “Judas” seems to be a while yet. According to Take-Twos Strauss Zelnick, the adventure will be released within the next two years.
One of the big surprises of the Game Awards, which took place in early December, was the announcement of the upcoming first-person shooter Judas. None other than “BioShock” creator Ken Levine is responsible for the title, which at first glance seems wacky. But when will the adventure even come onto the market?
While no specific date or timeframe for the release was given, Take-Two’s most recent financial conference gave at least a rough indication, Strauss Zelnick, the publisher’s managing director, confirmed to IGNthat “Judas” should appear between fiscal year 2023 and fiscal year 2025.
Accordingly, Ken Levine’s first title since 2013’s BioShock: Infinite was scheduled to launch by March 31, 2025. This period also suggests that the shooter should be expected later rather than sooner. As soon as relevant information is communicated, we will let you know.
In Judas you will take control of a “mysterious and deranged” person who is stuck on a decaying spaceship with other people. Can you find an escape route to survive the chaos? Maybe you should join forces with the other survivors or just betray them. The decision will be entirely yours.
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Judas is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
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