It's a dark fantasy first person shooter... and that's all we can say at the moment.
From the indie developers that brought you The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, aka The Astronauts, has revealed their latest game at The Game Awards. What's particular drawing about Witchfire is that the lovely title has clearly taken inspiration from The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and the atmosphere of the game is truly something to behold, both in and out of combat sequences.
You can check out the trailer below, and while it doesn't reveal much, it also doesn't waste time in showing off some unique fantasy designs.
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No release date has been attached the project, and no platforms besides PC have been announced. Also, if the game's name is any indication, there will be magic? But unlike that game, there is shooting in Witchfire, which the announcement trailer cleverly points out. No real plot for the game has been released either, so what you see is what you get at the moment.
The Astronauts was originally created by three friends in 2012.