Focus Home Interactive and White Wolf announce Werewolf: The Apocalypse for consoles and PC

Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Focus Home Interactive has announced a partnership with White Wolf Publishing to permit a World of Darkness star (Vampire: The Masquerade, Werewolf, Mage Ascension) for a growth of Werewolf: The Apocalypse.

In a World of Darkness universe, a world’s many divergent conspiracies are true, a order between a abounding and a bad is huge, and crime is life. Humans tumble plant to abnormal powers, all struggling for control, in a shadows of disappearing societies.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse will be grown by Cyanide, whose prior works embody Syx: Masters of Shadows, Blood Bowl, and a arriving Call of Cthulhu game. In it, players will turn a werewolf, famous as Garou, and turn “immersed in a atmosphere of their shamanistic and genealogical world.” Garou are werewolf warriors against to civic civilization and abnormal corruption, all streamer towards unavoidable apocalypse.

Find comments from White Wolf Publishing and Focus Home Interactive below.

Tobias Sjögren, CEO of White Wolf

“The World of Darkness has always captivated creatives with a clever passion for revelation dim and immersive stories. So to work closely with a good talent during Focus Home and Cyanide exploring a monster Werewolves of this star is an positively illusory knowledge for us during White Wolf and we are some-more than vehement to see this good and rarely applicable IP satisfied in a video game.”

Cédric Lagarrigue, President of Focus Home Interactive

“We are gratified to partner with White Wolf to move Werewolf: The Apocalypse to life in a video diversion for consoles and PC. We are vehement to work on a World of Darkness universe, as this is challenging stadium to tell a players a good story. We are also happy to partner with Cyanide Studio in this journey – they are behind a strange wish to adjust this universe, and we are true in their ability to emanate a diversion that will greatfully both fans of World of Darkness and newcomers.”

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