Even though we are getting near the end of the year, a few significant video games will still be made available, one of which is called The Callisto Protocol. Even if the game launch isn't expected to occur until December, it seems that director Glen Schofield is already thinking about what's to come. \n \nIn a conversation with Inverse publication, Schofield recently discussed his plans for a follow-up film to The Callisto Protocol. Schofield hinted that he had a lot of ideas for a sequel game, but he needed to provide relevant information about where he would take the horror franchise in the future. He did say, though, that he has a lot of ideas for a sequel game. \n \nSchofield shared his desire to create a follow-up with Inverse. The game is finished, but there are a number of really great ideas that we want to incorporate into future iterations. My goal is to create the next significant thing continually. Even after I've completed a game, I'm already planning out the next one in my queue. \n \nNaturally, the question of whether there will be demand for a sequel game still needs to be answered! Even though it appears that The Callisto Protocol will be a good movie based on the previews that have been released thus far, many fans will likely wait to see if director Schofield and producer Striking Distance Studios can pull off a successful movie. \n \nSince Schofield was the developer and executive producer of the first Dead Space game, it is not surprising that The Callisto Protocol appears to be an obvious spiritual successor to the series. The fandom for Dead Space is highly devoted, and it's reasonable to assume that many of those fans are eager to find out whether or not The Callisto Protocol can live up to the legacy of that game. \n \nThe Callisto Protocol's story takes place in space, which could make for a rich backdrop for future video games. Striking Distance Studios may introduce a plethora of new planets and settings to discover and a plethora of new animals to meet along the way.