It feels like we have been waiting for a long time for this, but here we are with the official reveal for Judas. This is the upcoming game from Ghost Story Games, the studio that is being helmed by the people that brought us all BioShock and BioShock Infinite. A studio that has had a whole lot of buzz around it for a while now but with little to share with us all. That is until Judas was revealed during The Game Awards and is set to hit all of our PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC systems sometime in the future. Now we just get to hope that it is in the near future and not years down the line. Although, this new trailer we have does make it feel like it could be just around the corner.
You can, of course, see this new trailer for Judas just a bit lower but there is a little to dig into before all of that. Like the fact that it does look and feel like many of the titles from the past that team members have worked on, specifically BioShock. The difference is that Judas is in a Sci-Fi setting and uses characters that do not look to be linked at all to the other IP. All of this is a good thing as it is enough of the familiar to keep us invested but also doing what the team is good at. That would be innovating the narrative and single-player games out there. That is what Judas looks like it will be doing so well while giving us a whole host of new characters to experience and see if we can ever truly trust. Even if my gamer-sense is tingling that this could just be another in the branching multiverse of stories that were set up in the more recent game that many of the team has worked on.
Judas — Reveal
Judas is a single-player, narrative first-person shooter developed by Ghost Story Games, a studio led by Ken Levine, Creative Director of System Shock 2, BioShock, and BioShock Infinite.
A disintegrating starship. A desperate escape plan.
You are the mysterious and troubled Judas. Your only hope for survival is to make or break alliances with your worst enemies. Will you work together to fix what you broke – or will you leave it to burn?
Did you lose your mind when Judas was revealed or are you trying to keep levelheaded until we get to see more for it all? Do you think we will see it in 2023 or will this be a 2024 release title? How close to the other titles do you suspect this will all go or is it just that we have been primed to see the similarities and these are all we are going to have? Tell us all of those sweet thoughts down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish to do. More for Judas is definitely on the way and we will have it all here for you. Please keep checking in for all of that and everything else we can share along the way for this title and many others.