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Life's a witch
Witchfire was first announced in December 2017 — from the developers who made The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, no less — and it's taken almost five whole years for us to get another decent look at it. The first-person shooter returned during Summer Game Fest Live, with a trailer that shows over a minute of gameplay. ...Okay, so...
Developer update reveals release plans
Remember Witchfire? We've been wondering when on Earth this intriguing project will finally see the light of day, as it's always looked pretty promising. Well, in the seconds-long snippets of gameplay that have been shown, anyway. As it turns out, the guns-n'-magic FPS is still a long way out. In a lengthy...
We need more
Remember when Witchfire developer The Astronauts posted a grand total of 12 seconds of gameplay from its upcoming game online earlier this year? Well, the studio is back with another clip that's more than double the length! Check this out, 33 seconds of Witchfire gameplay. Phwoar! This second internal demo looks fairly similar to the...
Who remembers Witchfire? Announced all the way back at The Game Awards 2017, it has been a long time since we've seen anything from the game, suggesting that a release is still quite far away. However, to satisfy your appetite, developer The Astronauts has posted a short gameplay on its YouTube channel, 13 seconds short in fact,...
Witchfire announced at The Game Awards
With some apparent help from People Can Fly, developers of Bulletstorm and Painkiller, indie studio The Astronauts has gone from a walking sim to a dark fantasy first person shooter. Entitled Witchfire, the game appears to be a briskly-paced (and rather good-looking) FPS, featuring dimension shifting and plenty...
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