Nacon has introduced the formation of a brand new Italian studio. Nacon Studio Milan will embody RIMS Racing developer RaceWard Studio in addition to a second workforce engaged on “a survival recreation based mostly on one of many world’s hottest movie franchises”, believed to be the Terminator films. The workforce is increasing because of the brand new undertaking.
What we all know concerning the Terminator survival recreation
The second Nacon Studio Milan workforce will probably be accountable for motion/journey video games. Their first undertaking is a survival recreation based mostly on a “worldwide well-known movie license.” The studio’s web site options two idea artwork photos taken from the brand new recreation. The above picture clearly incorporates a Gun Retailer with the Alamo Sport Store signal. That is the store that’s featured in The Terminator film, the place T-800 Terminator acquired his weapons earlier than setting off to kill Sarah Connor. Nonetheless, the opposite picture reveals an deserted practice station referred to as Metropolis Corridor, a location that doesn’t characteristic within the films or within the real-life metropolis of Los Angeles, the place the Terminator films are based mostly.
The sport will probably be formally introduced later this yr. For now, the workforce is recruiting for fairly a couple of completely different positions inside the studio. The listings give little or no away, though they’re in search of a Fight Designer that features each melee and taking pictures fight that can have an effect on “heroes, villains, creatures, and automobiles”. There are additionally a couple of Programmer listings for a “model new expertise” coming to each PC and console platforms. In the meantime, RaceWard Studio will proceed to focus on racing video games, and “there’s nonetheless the choice to discover different recreation genres”.
In different information, a model new Mafia recreation is reportedly in improvement at Hangar 13 regardless of management adjustments on the studio. Elsewhere, Activision has blamed Name of Obligation: Vanguard’s poor gross sales purely on its World Battle II setting.