Frigato Shadows of the Caribbean will be coming to PC and consoles, allowing players to get on the high seas.
Frigato: Shadows of the Caribbean, developed by debuting Mercat Games and published by Ultimate Games (Ultimate Fishing Simulator, Thief Simulator), is an upcoming real-time tactics stealth game set in the High Seas of the Caribbean. Expected to come out in 2023, the game is expected to arrive on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and the Nintendo Switch. Look forward to the game’s demo that will come out during the Steam Next Festival this June.
Frigato: Shadows of the Caribbean is a real-time stealth tactical game with an isometric view, focused on single-player gameplay. The player will command a crew of sea dogs and face a wide array of challenges. A wisely prepared plan and tactical sense will be key to success. In the game, players can gain notoriety as an elusive pirate-gentleman, but he can also become known as a bloody terror in the Caribbean. In short, players have control over how they will portray themselves in the game. The game will offer different approaches in solving the game’s objectives, with numerous side quests and secrets waiting to be discovered.
“In Frigato,” says Mercat Games Game Designer Jakub Brzeziński, “we combine the elements of pirate adventures, ark legends and rowdy humour into a unique world. The game will loosely refer to the so-called golden age of piracy – the 17th and 18th century. Gaemplay-wise, it should appeal to fans of games like Shadow Tactics, Desperados, Commandos, War Mongrels and Partisans 1941.”
Frigato: Shadows of the Caribbean – features:
- real-time tactical stealth game;
- an intriguing world of pirate adventures and legends;
- many paths to success;
- high difficulty level;
- side quests and secrets;
- The Caribbean during the golden age of piracy;
- original soundtrack.
Being a fan of Shadow Tactics myself, I’m looking forward to the game’s demo later this month so I can try something similar set in the high seas. I’m a big fan of pirates, too, so I hope this game can deliver some relief from this long-standing Sid Meier’s Pirates! itch that I’ve been having.
Interested? You can wishlist the game on Steam now through the game’s Store page.