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Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart Of The Forest was announced recently with a very brief teaser, coming from Different Tales and Walkabout.

Heart of the Forest was designed by Jacek Brzeziński and Artur Ganszyniec, who you might recognise as top names behind the original Witcher game. Also known for working on Dying Light and Hitman so they certainly know their games. If you don't recognise the name together they recently released Wanderlust: Travel Stories and Wanderlust: Transsiberian, two book-like narrative stories and Heart Of The Forest will seemingly be continuing that same style of story telling with a much different theme.

See the very brief teaser:

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From the press release

"As one of our most engaging and popular story settings, Werewolf: The Apocalypse is ripe for new games and experiences, and our partners and licensees have several in the works," said Sean Greaney, Brand Manager for World of Darkness. "It’s a good time to be a Werewolf: The Apocalypse fan, and we’re excited to see what the creative minds at Different Tales are cooking up in Heart of the Forest."

I spoke to the publisher, Walkabout, who said they're not talking about any platforms at all yet but they did what you could say is a wink-wink nudge-nudge while pointing out their previous two games do support Linux. So I do expect Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart Of The Forest to support Linux too.

You can follow it on the official site.

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dpanter 15 Jun, 2020
Woot, more World Of Darkness!
Comandante Ñoñardo 15 Jun, 2020
As long as it doesn't get cancelled like Aliens, Trolls & Dragons by another former CD Projekt developer.
blackmamba 15 Jun, 2020
Im such a WoD whore and its been a major disappointment that every attempt for white wolf to make a decent (or even release) game. Hopefully this will be and the new VTMB2 will finally be the ones to kick the franchise off into the mainstream.
Shmerl 15 Jun, 2020
Oh, that's a very welcome announcement. More WoD games! I wish developers of Bloodlines 2 could release it for Linux too...

What kind of genre is it, something like a visual novel? Hopefully it will come out on GOG as well.

Last edited by Shmerl on 15 June 2020 at 10:12 pm UTC
Draconicrose 16 Jun, 2020
I hope this game is a quality one. I'm kinda desperate for games that let you play as non-human.
razing32 17 Jun, 2020
Don't you just love videos that tell you nothing of the game ...
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