Well, shoot. I done goof’d. A few weeks back, I wrote about a new Call of Cthulhu game from Blood Bowl developer Cyanide Studios, which I mistook for the Call of Cthulhu game Frogwares announced two years ago. That was a hasty assumption on my part, and I apologize for that.
Frogwares still has a Lovecraftian horror game in the works, and they’re calling it The Sinking City.
The game promises to bring the Sherlock Holmes developer’s penchant for investigating things to the exciting and often unpredictable realm of open-world horror. Frogwares isn’t ready to share a release window or which platforms it’ll come to — it was previously announced for PC, PS4 and Xbox One — but they’re confident it’ll be “bigger than what we’ve ever made.”
Set in Massachusetts in the 1920s, The Sinking City follows a private investigator as he works to uncover the source of a seemingly supernatural flooding before it consumes the city.