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Post by Eorl @ 02:01pm 16/07/14 | 0 Comments
It may be a bit confusing reading that title, considering we've already had one studio headed by former Infinity Ward devs who have created an FPS (Titanfall), however this one is different. IGN has spotted a new website from newly formed studio, who house a handful of ex-Infinity Ward devs looking to create a new first-person shooter.

The new development studio is called Reload Studios and features five industry veterans, four of which who previously had a career with Infinity Ward. This includes founding member James Chung, Taehoon Oh, Pete Blumel, Hougant Chen and former Disney animator Nik Ranieri. There are currently 12 employees in total.

"When I first saw what the latest round of VR devices could do, I realized these were not just peripherals but brand new platforms that could transform the way we experience, interact with and create media," reads a statement from Chung in a press release on the studio's website. "It was the perfect time to follow my passion and bring together the most talented people I know under one roof to form a development culture that promotes creativity and collaboration."

The yet-to-be-named shooter is scheduled to launch sometime next year for PC, consoles, virtual reality device and mobile. You can check out their official website for more on the game.



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