Call of the Sea Launches December 8 on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Game Pass

Call of the Sea

Raw Fury and developer Out of the Blue have announced the release date for first-person adventure puzzle game Call of the Sea.

The game will launch December 8th on Windows PC (via GOG and Steam), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. The game will also be available through Xbox Game Pass.

As previously reported, the game is set in 1934, with Norah searching for her missing husband’s expedition on an island in the South Pacific. Voiced by Cissy Jones (Firewatch, Walking Dead Season One), she will learn she is capable of far more than she ever dreamed.

You can find the release date trailer below.

The announcement on Steam also confirms the fourth part of the prequel story (previous chapters here [1, 2, 3]) will be released tomorrow, along with the reveal of the voice actor for Norah’s husband Harry; which promises to be someone “pretty awesome!”

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

It is 1934, in the far reaches of the South Pacific. Norah has crossed the ocean following the trail of her missing husband’s expedition and finds herself on a lush island paradise – a nameless, forgotten place, dotted with the remnants of a lost civilization.

What strange secrets does it hold, and what might Norah unearth in her quest for the truth?

Explore a stunning tropical island (meticulously modelled in Unreal Engine 4), brimming with fantastic sights, lost ruins and occult mysteries.

Experience a charming character study of a woman on her quest to discover the truth of the disappearance of her husband and to find out who she really is, fully voiced by Cissy Jones (Firewatch, The Walking Dead: Season 1).

Immerse yourself in a story-driven adventure full of emotion, suspense and surreal surprises.

Investigate the clues left by a previous voyage, piece together what happened, and solve a variety of clever puzzles.

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Ryan Pearson


Taking his first steps onto Route 1 and never stopping, Ryan has had a love of RPGs since a young age. Now he's learning to appreciate a wider pallet of genres and challenges.