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Horror from the creators of Dead Space banned in Japan due to excessive cruelty

The Callisto Protocol, considered the spiritual successor to Dead Space, will not be released in Japan due to excessive violence. According to Screenrant, she simply could not get the necessary rating to go on sale.

The local regulator CERO (Computer Entertainment Ratings Organization) asked the developer to make changes to the game to meet the age rating criteria, but was refused. According to the creators of The Callisto Protocol, the rejection of brutal murders and violence will affect the user experience and the game experience.

Horror The Callisto Protocol is being created by Striking Distance studio, headed by Glen Scofield, the creator of the Dead Space series. The game takes place in the year 2320 in the Black Steel space prison, located on Jupiter’s moon Callisto. The protagonist Jacob Lee, who after the crash falls on Callisto, he learns that the prison was filled with mutants.

The game is due out on December 2nd for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

See also: famous Japanese game designer Hideo Kojima spoke a little about his new game in a recent interview.

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