The first episode in this three-part series of first-person shooters will be released this year and studio co-founder Jools Watsham has told Nintendo Force that this is a game that simply wouldn't have been possible on DS.
Little is known about the game so far, but we're told that it will have religious themes as while searching for a relative you've lost contact with, you arrive at a west Texas town tied up with a cult and you won't know who to trust.
"It is not our intention to make a statement about any of the existing religions or impose our beliefs on anyone," Watsham told Nintendo Force.
The first episode will offer four hours of action with Watsham promising a mixture of tension and action in a game that features "detailed environments that would not have been possible on the DS."
Each episode will also end on a cliffhanger, meaning you'll need to buy all three if you want to follow the story.
Watsham added that releasing Cult County is the ultimate test for the studio and could influence their future projects. "The release of Cult County will be the ultimate test for us of whether we can develop an ambitious title for the Nintendo eShop market and be financially successful. The result of this game will help guide our future development efforts."
Are you a fan of Renegade Kid's games? Are you looking forward to Cult Country?
[ Source: NintendoEverything ]