What Has Sunk May Rise In Call Of Cthulhu

Call Of Cthulhu

A new trailer for Call Of Cthulhu is here to give us all another deeper look at the madness Call Of Cthulhu will bring soon

Can you feel the madness rising as we get ever so closer to the release of Call Of Cthulhu? Yes? No? It does not matter as we have a new trailer to look at for the game that shows off more of the insanity that Cyanide Studios has put in this version of the pen and paper game it is all based on. Not to say we have not had some great showing of all of this in the past from Focus Home Interactive, but who can turn down more Call Of Cthulhu without the worry of spoiling too much more of the game in general. That is always a concern when it comes to things like this but we only have to wait a few more days until it releases on October 30th.

What we do get to see here is more on the person who is kicking off the events of Call Of Cthulhu. The main reason that we are heading in for the investigation that is. It also looks like things have already progressed way further for her than previously thought as is the way of the Call Of Cthulhu franchise. I hope this is not just more promotional stuff and events we get to see fully fleshed out in the game though. Have a look down below and then get ready for the madness to rise soon. That or be the cause of it rising and the death of everyone else out there. You will maybe see what I am talking about here soon…

Call Of Cthulhu — Launch Trailer

Glimpse into history with Call Of Cthulhu’s launch trailer ahead of the October 30th release date.

What lies beyond the veil, scratching at our eyeballs but just out of vision, a terrifying nightmare we simply cannot see? Peer into clear dreams and the murky past in the Call Of Cthulhu Launch Trailer, ahead of release on Tuesday, October 30th. With music by Black Mirror, Utopia, and The Girl With All The Gifts composer Cristobal Tapia De Veer, the trailer is your last look into the void before release.

Are you fully ready for Call Of Cthulhu to finally launch here or do you still need more to get on board? Do you enjoy the themes and mood this trailer is setting for the game or did you get hooked earlier on already? How mad do you think you will end up in the game when you play through? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Call Of Cthulhu, as well as our upcoming review, be sure to keep checking in here. We will have it all as long as we do not lose out sanity.