ProjectVitriol, a "deep, morally ambiguous narrative-driven film," has been announced by Frostpunk's publisher

ProjectVitriol, a "deep, morally ambiguous narrative-driven film," has been announced by Frostpunk's

11 Bit Studios, the lead developer for This War of Mine and Frostpunk, has unveiled its latest publishing partnership, a "deep, morally ambiguous narrative-driven film" currently under the codename Project Vitriol.

While 11 Bit is assisting with Project Vitriol, the game is actually the work of Fool''s Theory, a Polish developer with previous roles on The Witcher 2 and 3, and the studio has also provided support to the likes of Outriders and Divinity Original Sin 2.

As for Project Vitriol, 11 Bit Studios claims that the "deep, morally ambiguous narrative-driven film" is "of a scale and scope that was previously undertaken by the publisher," and that Fool''s Theory CEO and project lead Jakub Rokosz had a little more to say as part of the announcement.

"The game is about reality''s esoteric dimension, a dark part of the world that most of us don''t know and are unaware of its existence, but the darkness," he said, "it''s there, lurking behind every corner."

"It watches us closely from the shadows, and whether we know it or not, takes its toll, making sure that you were paying a debt." Rokosz continued, "The story begins in a context and a moment in which reality, folklore, energy, and mysticism converge on in a melting pot: Warsaw in the early XX century, under imperial Russian tsardom."

This "summer" will include additional details on Project Vitriol.

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