For some time there, it seemed like we wouldn’t be getting extra video games from Konami. The famed Japanese writer of Steel Gear, Contra, Castlevania, Silent Hill, and Suikoden appeared joyful sufficient making pachinko machines and Yu-Gi-Oh playing cards. Konami video video games appeared like a factor of the previous.
That’s modified just lately, with Konami revealing that the writer is in “deep improvement on a variety of key tasks” and has repeatedly hinted at outsourcing a number of of its key IPs corresponding to Castlevania (which Konami beforehand did with the Lords of Shadow video games) and Steel Gear. Now, nevertheless, we’re additionally getting a brand new sport from the corporate in thriller simulation sport Crimesight. No launch date for the sport was introduced, however Konami is recruiting gamers for the sport’s closed beta over on the sport’s Twitter account.
The sport follows a bunch of vacationers snowed in by a blizzard. Unknown to the group, nevertheless, one in all them is a hidden killer who has their sights set on an unknown goal. The killer, who’s working with a rogue AI named Moriarty, should meet a number of necessities earlier than they’ll pull off the homicide. The opposite gamers, who’re working with an AI named Sherlock, should determine who the killer and the goal are, and put a cease to Moriarty’s evil plans.
All of it sounds fairly wild, but it surely’s a singular idea that appears prefer it may very well be quite a lot of enjoyable. Crimesight is being developed for PC, although a launch date was not introduced.
You possibly can watch a trailer for the sport beneath: