Not much has been revealed about the story so far, but we do know that the game is set in the 1920s.
The Vally of the Gods announcement trailer, shown at The Game Awards 2017 event, kicks off with the lead protagonist and his female partner exploring an ancient tomb.
We're now developing the game for Windows, Mac, and Linux, with any potential future platforms yet to be determined.
In the Valley of Gods is a sprawling narrative experience in remote, 1920's Egypt.
Firewatch launched last year on PC, so In the Valley of Gods' release window of two years in the future should be no surprise. Like the studio's previous title, Firewatch, In the Valley of Gods looks as though it'll be visually striking with lush warm colors.
In addition to some great music playing over the footage, the game looks stunning, stylised in a similar way to the aforementioned Firewatch.
If you're curious about what the song playing in the trailer is, it's called "Muddy Waters" by LP.
Developer Campo Santo has expanded slightly to develop this "sprawling" single-player adventure, but is still maintaining a team size of roughly a dozen people.
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