Supported features include ray-tracing, 120 FPS, and Smart Delivery.
Update: Raw Fury and developer Out of the Blue have confirmed that Call of the Sea will release on December 8th. It will be available for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC along with Game Pass. Steam and GOG users can also pick it up for $19.99 on their respective platforms. Check out the announcement trailer below.
Remember Raw Fury’s Call of the Sea, the first person adventure mystery announced way back in May? Announced for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC, it was slated to release this year. Thankfully, unlike Twelve Minutes, it hasn’t been quietly delayed – a Microsoft Store listing indicates that it will launch on December 8th.
The story is set in 1934 with Norah venturing the South Pacific to a mysterious island to find her husband. As she explores various ruins and other mysteries, Norah will have to investigate various clues and eventually discover the truth. Along with running at 4K, Call of the Sea will have support for ray-tracing, Smart Delivery and 120 FPS.
Of course, it’s also coming to Xbox Game Pass, though whether PC subscribers can also get their hands on it remains to be seen. Expect an official announcement on the release date from the publisher soon. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.