Need a break from all the shooting, fighting and gratuitous violence in the video games you play? If so, Frogwares’ upcoming Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter might be just what the doctor ordered.
In a press release, publisher Bigben Interactive has released a trailer for Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter. While what we see is a cinematic and most likely won’t be how the game actually plays out, it does hint at what vibe the game is going for, and just how different The Devil’s Daughter will be to Frogwares’ last Sherlock Holmes game, Crimes & Punishments.
The full trailer synopsis can be read below.
What led young Katelyn to 221B Baker Street? Could she have discovered the dark truth about her family? And who is the charming clairvoyant who has moved in to 221C? Is there room for séances and occult rituals in the bastion of logic and rationalism?
For the first time in his prestigious career, the most illustrious of detectives must fight not to reveal a secret, but to keep one…
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter will be available this May 27 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.