Through the game's Twitter Account feed, Striking Distance has confirmed that The Callisto Protocol will be available on December 2, 2022. It has been determined that the launch date for the game, which was listed as February 2023 on Epic's Halloween Sale list, was an error. \n \nThe Callisto Protocol, a new sci-fi space horror video game, is scheduled to be released on December 2, 2022. The game will be developed by Striking Distance Studios, the same company responsible for creating Dead Space. Epic Games, on the other hand, is providing us with an updated launch date for the game. \n \nThe information that The Callisto Protocol would be accessible beginning on February 12, 2023, was uncovered by the user AshenOne on ResetEra. Epic's Halloween Sale now reflects this change. However, there has been no word of a two-month wait from Striking Distance yet, and all other retail pages, particularly Epic's Game Store, list The Callisto Protocol as having a release date of December 2. \n \nEpic's post may contain an error, as Dead Island 2 is scheduled for release in February 2023, according to the information provided by Epic. It's possible that whoever wrote the post confused the dates with the Callisto Protocol. This is a possibility. It's also possible that Epic has some confidential information that was inadvertently leaked in a post on the company's Halloween Sale, which also announced that Dying Light 2 and Evil Dead: The Game is discounted by forty percent for a limited time. \n \nAt the GamesCom convention a month ago, our very own Issy van der Velde provided us with a sneak peek of The Callisto Protocol, praising it as a suitable successor to the Dead Space throne established. It's quite similar to Dead Space, and I mean that in the best possible ways. \n \nAccording to what he stated, the game is terrifying, stressful, and brutal, and it appears like it will be an amazing joy to play. There is no requirement for a new Dead Space video game version. Instead, we require a progression from it, and the Callisto Protocol is just that step forward.