Gameloft has launched Passionate Creatures Series in early access for the Philippines. The game is a visual novel game and will be developed by The Other Guys, the studio behind interactive story-based apps like Linda Brown and Journeys. In September 2020 it was announced that Gameloft has acquired the indie developer.
Follow a young writer on his journey to a win an artistic scholarship
The game’s main storyline follows the player as a young writer, who receives an invitation to compete in an art scholarship. The player arrives at a place called Finisterre where all sorts of artistic pleasures are available including extravagant nights out, exclusive parties, and passionate encounters.
The player starts delving into these for inspirational purposes, obviously. The story takes a chilling twist when the player finds out that the Countess, the hostess, and the program master is planning for a human sacrifice.
The players’ goal is to meet The Countess’s challenges and keep up with their competitors. Eerie things start happening as some artists start to disappear while others start behaving oddly. The only way to survive this sinister plot is by making the right choices as the player progresses through the game.
Passionate Creatures Series: Early access and release date
We can expect the game’s story to be unique and exciting. Visual novel games are in high demand now and Nicolas Cuneo the CEO of The Other Guys has previously said, “One thing we are extremely proud of at The Other Guys is our work ethic, as we have a robust content creation pipeline, which for example allows us to launch more than 14 episodes weekly. We consider our games and experiences to be like a mixture between a TV series and video games. We have an incredible team, with content creation talent coming directly from the TV industry.” So, players can expect to have a visceral experience while playing the game.
The game is currently available for early access in the Philippines for Android users. It is expected that it will soon be available in other parts of Asia before a full-scale worldwide launch.