The “Alien: Isolation” developers at Creative Assembly have been working on a new shooter brand for several years. SEGA confirmed in a recent interview that the title is still in development despite the radio silence.
The British development studio Creative Assembly was able to generate enthusiasm in 2014 with the horror adventure “Alien: Isolation”. Since then, the developers have mainly brought strategy games from the “Total War” series onto the market. However, a job offer appeared two and a half years ago, which suggested that they were also working on a new first-person shooter.
New teams are being put together
But Creative Assembly has been suspiciously silent since the beginning of 2019. In a new interview with GamesIndustry, Tim Heaton, Chief Studios Officer at SEGA Europe, spoke about this first-person shooter, which is said to be still in development. So Heaton said:
“Each of our studios really has a brand and they are all grown up and big now. So what we’re trying to do now is look at new brands. There’s a new FPS game coming from Creative Assembly and they’re building teams around new IPs. Our internal studios have this two-pronged strategy: do more with what you have and think about a new IP. “
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However, Heaton gave no details about the upcoming shooter. Accordingly, one will have to be patient until Creative Assembly officially announces the game. As soon as the first information is revealed, we will bring you up to date.
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