First-person adventure title, Firewatch, now has a release date: February 9th, 2016.
According to the PlayStation Blog, developer Campo Santo is still putting the finishing touches on their first-ever game before it’s consumed by the masses:
Right now we’re still polishing, optimizing, writing, and developing the last bits of the game, but we can’t wait to put it out there for you to play.
Though Campo Santo may be a new developer, you might recognize some of the faces that are attached to it. The San Francisco-based team includes the likes of Jake Rodkin and Sean Vanaman, who were both creative leads for Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead. Additionally, Nels Anderson, the lead designer of 2012’s stealth title, Mark of the Ninja, is there, as well as The Cave‘s composer, Chris Remo.
Whether this gives any hints as to what to expect from Firewatch or not, the only real glimpse of the game that is available so far is the promising trailer that was revealed at E3 this past June.
Firewatch is a Playstation 4 exclusive and will be with us in February.
Source: PlayStation Blog