Good Shepherd Entertainment (formerly Gambitious) and the creators of Hard West CreativeForge Games have announced Phantom Doctrine, a conspiracy thriller and turn-based tactical game that takes place during the Cold War, in 1983. The player controls a secret organization named The Cabal whose aim is to fight a global conspiracy devoted to control the world. To deceive the enemy, you will be able to recruit agents or create them by brainwashing enemies or allies thus leading to double agents, saboteurs and more at your service. On top of that, you can add a soundtrack composed by Marcin Przybylowicz. More details, screens and live action trailer inside. The game will release in 2018 for PC and consoles.
GOOD SHEPHERD ENTERTAINMENT REVEALS CREATIVEFORGE GAMES’ PHANTOM DOCTRINE, A TACTICAL CONSPIRACY THRILLER
The hearts and minds behind Hard West return with their most ambitious game yet, coming next year to consoles and Windows PC
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands and WARSAW, Poland – Aug. 22, 2017 – Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer CreativeForge Games have oﬃcially revealed Phantom Doctrine, a turn-based tactical Cold War espionage game from the creators of Hard West for consoles and Windows PC.
Set in 1983 during the Cold War, Phantom Doctrine is an alternate history thriller in which players lead The Cabal, a secret organization dedicated to fighting a global conspiracy committed to controlling the world by pitting world leaders and nations against one another. Deception is the great equalizer as players will have to operate from the shadows to exploit every vulnerability - ruthlessly interrogate and brainwash enemies and allies alike to create double agents, saboteurs or unwitting collaborators.
Develop and defend your base of operations, recruit agents from the world’s many factions, and research new tech to give your operatives the advantage. Campaign missions deliver sprawling tactical encounters that revolve around two key pillars: stealth and explosive, all-out attacks. Your team of operatives can be deployed into the ﬁeld either fully armed or disguised as civilians, allowing them to inﬁltrate dangerous areas undetected at the expense of heavy weapons and armor.
Decode and analyze your way through immersive investigations to expose far-reaching conspiracies and elusive targets. Delve into the oppressive dark corners of the volatile 1980s with atmospheric visuals and an unnerving soundtrack by award-winning composer Marcin Przybylowicz of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt fame.
For those attending PAX West 2017, Phantom Doctrine will have a hands-on demo available by appointment at Booth #6103. If you’d like to set one up, just let us know and we’ll get it sorted.
Phantom Doctrine will launch in 2018 on Windows PC and consoles. For the latest updates as development progresses, please visit www.facebook.com/PDoctrineGame, and follow the teams on Twitter @GoodShepherdEnt and @PhantomDoctrine.
That's because Chris Pratt doesn't really act like anyone but Chris Pratt. I thought his character is P&R was too unbelievable, but nah he's a real person. I wonder who ties his shoes. (17 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: Haha. That scene is genius... in being so bad. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: an even better choice would be Paul Rudd, he would be perfect (2 Hours ago)
@HR2: Chris Pratt would be just as good. :-) (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: then I think we would be wrong to complain about this one, this is the only role he was born to play, if anything he should have adopted different acting methods for his other roles (2 Hours ago)
I have the same issue with Chris Pratt. In Parcs and rec, I saw his character. But ever since, I can only see him as his character in parcs and rec. In Passengers, he almost succeeded. (2 Hours ago)