The Inquisitor: Kalypso Introduces ‘Dark Fantasy Game’ With Trailer – News

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Sep 27, 2022 – 4:14 p.m — Last updated 9 hours ago

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It will probably take more than a year – more precisely: until the 4th quarter of 2023 – until with The Inquisitor the recently presented title of the publisher Kalypso Media for Windows, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 appears. The trailer released as part of the announcement, which also offers the first gameplay scenes, contains brief information about the game world and the background story. For example, the latter says:

Jesus did not die on the cross, but descended and took vengeance on all unbelievers. Centuries later, an army of fanatical inquisitors enforce their so-called Holy Law in this dark and blood-soaked world.

The name of the game says it all: In the person of an inquisitor it is your task to investigate corruption and crimes in the city of Königstein, which is “plagued by sin and religious transgressions”. In the course of your investigation, you must track down and interrogate suspects, as well as collect and combine clues. The use of force in the form of a sword-based combat system is also said to play a role, as is whether you “show mercy or retaliate in the name of the Holy Law.” In addition, you can enter the so-called underworld, which is ruled by a “dark power”.

Noisy the Steam-Product page With The Inquisitor you should expect an action-oriented title that offers action elements and demands moral decisions from you, which in turn should affect the story. The gameplay was inspired by the Polish author’s books Jacek Piekara, whose stories about the inquisitor Mordimer Madderdin are summarized in seven books. In addition to the trailer, our screenshot gallery offers you first impressions of the upcoming Kalypso title.

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