Transfer over Name of Responsibility—there is a new first-person sport on the town, and what’s extra, it isn’t filled with sin and homicide.
‘I Am Jesus Christ’ is an upcoming PC sport which sees gamers take up the mantle of the massive man himself, Jesus Christ.
Gamers management Jesus from a first-person perspective as he performs miracles, walks on water, fights Devil, and builds a following.
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The sport has simply been featured as a part of IGN’s Fan Fest 2023 and is billed as a ‘distinctive and modern’ retelling of the New Testomony.
The sport’s ‘key options’ abstract says it’s going to let gamers:
- ‘expertise Christ’s life first-hand from his beginning via to the crucifixion and resurrection’
- ‘discover correct recreations of serious places within the Holy Land together with Jerusalem and Galilee’
- carry out over 30 wonderful miracles together with the feeding of the 5000 and strolling on water
You will additionally be capable of recreate the Final Supper, work together with Jesus’ disciples, struggle Devil within the desert, and stroll on water.
You possibly can at the moment play the ‘Prologue’ version of the sport free of charge, which acts as an introduction to the complete model to be launched within the subsequent few months.
The sport has been met with each jokes and criticism on-line. One Twitter consumer in contrast the sport to the favored Elder Scrolls sequence, saying: “I by no means knew Jesus carried out his miracles by casting wacky spells with particle results like Skyrim. The extra !
One other consumer merely stated: “This is among the most blasphemous issues I’ve ever seen bruh”.
Not everybody has been unfavourable about I Am Jesus Christ, nonetheless. One Twitter consumer, @Telbot_Jr stated: “Lastly a superb Christian sport”.
This is not the primary sport to be made about Jesus and the Bible by any stretch. 2008’s The You Testomony sees gamers tackle the position of one in every of Jesus’ disciple and embark on a particularly free interpretation of over 50 Bible tales.