Developer People Can Fly has announced that they are working in collaboration with Square Enix on a brand new project. The mystery project has been described as a “new high-end original title for consoles and PC.” However, considering that they have previously worked on games like Bulletstorm and Painkiller, the game is likely to be a shooter of some sort.
“We’re building a game we all want to play which will be the perfect addition to our portfolio,” said Lee Singleton, head of studio at Square Enix London.
Unfortunately, the game won’t be showing up at this year’s E3 so we won’t get a closer look at it for some time. Those who want to get up close and person with its development can apply or a number of new positions that have opened up at the studio as they begin work.
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