Games are becoming increasingly cinematic in their presentation these days and are able to deal with a lot of mature subject matter. Polish developer, Jujubee, has decided to go down this route in a new first-person adventure and survival title that has recently been announced called KURSK
is a game intended for mature audiences and will be looking into the fate of the Russian submarine of the same name that sank in the Barents Sea over a decade ago. The game plans to take a new angle on this historic event by providing the player with a carefully crafted story with plenty of first-person action and engrossing gameplay.
The CEO of Jujubee, Michal Stepien, has added his own thoughts on the title to give players an idea of what to expect:
KURSK will definitely be a game for mature audiences looking for a unique and cinematic experience. There is still controversy surrounding the real fate of this Russian submarine and with our game we hope to raise and answer some questions.
Thankfully, we don't have to just rely on a big logo and the words of one man to get an idea of what the game is like. A reveal teaser has also been released to shed some light on what we'll be experiencing:
will be coming to Xbox One. Once more information arises for the title, as well as a release date, we'll be sure to update you.