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CASTILLO: The Nine Circles out next month

castillo: the nine circles this retro FPS game releases Hell next month on linux mac windows pc

CASTILLO: The Nine Circles this retro FPS game releases Hell next month on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Which is the result of the creative work from developer Jackson “TheSmashers” Clayton. Which is coming to Steam soon.

The store page for CASTILLO: The Nine Circles, the follow-up to CASTILLO: Shattered Mirrors, will go live on Steam on January 29th. The release date for the game is currently unset, but a new gameplay trailer showcases the fast-paced action and engaging story players can expect from the retro FPS inspired by 90s classics.

CASTILLO: The Nine Circles uses the Unity Engine. There will be a native launch day ports of Nine Circles to both MacOS and
Linux. It also runs perfectly fine on Proton, I playtest it on my Deck all the time.

So this is indeed good news, a day one release for Linux. Which is a pleasure to see. The use of Unity 3D is not much of a surprise, but Steam Deck will have options. Since they will be able to play the native build or use Proton.

CASTILLO: The Nine Circles – Reveal Trailer

Players will take on the role of a young Dracula on a journey through the nine circles of Hell. All while using unique abilities and weapons to defeat enemies, and solve puzzles. CASTILLO: The Nine Circles combines elements of classic shooters like Doom and collect-a-thons like Banjo Kazooie. As players explore dangerous landscapes seen as different sins and battle armies of beasts.

CASTILLO: The Nine Circles retro FPS game comes with a hauntingly beautiful pixel art style. There is also a stylish soundtrack. Since players will be fully immersed in the thrilling story and gameplay as they unravel the mysteries of the nine circlesl. Due to stop a corrupted detective from destroying the multiverse. Don’t miss out on this epic adventure and join the young Dracula on his quest to save the multiverse in Castillo: The Nine Circles. Due to release on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. So be sure to Wishlist the games on Steam.