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The Callisto Protocol’s Mid-70s Metacritic Sees Krafton Stock Take A Noticeable Drop

Krafton, the South Korean company that owns Striking Distance Studios, has witnessed a noticeable dip in its stock on the Korea Exchange today after The Callisto Protocol reviews landed in the mid-70s.

Reviews were published an hour and a half before the Korea Exchanged closed, with Krafton closing on its lowest price since November 11 at 8.41%. The Metacritic average for the PS5 version of The Callisto Protocol sits at 76 while the Xbox Series X/S and PC is at 75.

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This is far from terrible of course, but it’s been suggesting this is lower than investors would have hoped for, according to Kantan Games CEO Serkan Toto, a games industry consultancy firm based in Tokyo.

TCP’s metacritic score is in the mid 70s, apparently too low for Krafton investors who were hoping the IP could become a new pillar for the PUBG company.

The Callisto Protocol is available now for PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One. Have a butchers at our full verdict on the sci-fi horror title here. Striking Distance Studios confirmed overnight that it will launch six months of DLC starting in February 2023.

[Source – Serkan Toto on Twitter via VGC]