New material from Witchfire will be released on Wednesday

Exactly a year ago, Adrian Chmielarz, head of The Astronauts studio, presented the first trailer of the shooter Witchfire during The Game Awards. Since then, however, the creators of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter have been silent and many have already forgotten about the project. However, the developers have finally broken the silence and from next Wednesday they intend to regularly provide new game materials. To encourage you, we received a new screenshot, which you can see below.

Witchfire will be a first-person shooter in a dark fantasy setting. Last year’s trailer made a positive impression on players, announcing a very atmospheric game with great graphics. The Astronauts’ previous project and the fact that Chmielarz had a hand in productions such as Painkiller and Bulletstorm mean that expectations for their latest project are quite high.

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