Campo Santo announces In the Valley of Gods

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Campo Santo have announced their new game at The Game Awards 2017 and it looks just as, if not more, attractive than Firewatch.

We're left to glean what we can from the reveal trailer, but here's what we can discern. The journey takes you into the desert, presumably Egypt, and there are two characters.

From the creators of Firewatch, In the Valley of Gods is a single-player first-person adventure. But aside from the location and the similarity to Firewatch, there's not much to go on yet.

In The Valley Of Gods is set to release at an unspecified date in 2019, so we'll have to wait a while to get our hands on Campo Santo's latest work. Stay tuned for updates on the platforms and more as they come our way.

Firewatch, Campo Santo's previous game, was nominated for four categories at last year's The Game Awards, including Best Narrative and Best Independent Game.

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