The Vanishing of Ethan Carter developer announces dark fantasy shooter Witchfire

Alfred Osborne
December 8, 2017

Have you been wondering what we've been up to lately? 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.

The development team behind The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, The Astronauts, announced a new game at The Game Awards tonight called Witchfire. Witchfire, a first-person shooter that combines dark fantasy with a haunting landscape in such a way that'll fully immerse you into a world of monsters, revolvers, and zombie-skeletons. It will be interesting to see what the melding of these two genres brings when the game finally releases. Also, if the game's name is any indication, there will be magic? Prior to founding the new studio, the three founded People Can Fly, best known for games like Painkiller, Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment.

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Witchfire uses the photogrammetry tech previously used in The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, which lets the developers 3D scan real-life objects - even entire buildings - and use them as digital assets.

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