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In that we don't really know what Red Faction Evolution is other than a possible new entry in the series which recently saw 2009's Red Faction Guerrilla get the remaster treatment from new franchise owners THQ Nordic. So the mysterious game appearing on NVIDIA's Ansel website - could very well mean that an announcement is imminent.

The listing appeared as part of NVIDIA's Ansel compatibility page, which details which games support the incredible tech that allows for full 360-degree in-game photography with a suite of post-processing and resolution support. The listing has since been removed.

As a series Red Faction made a name for itself due to its destructible environments and stark Mars setting. With original developers Volition now owned by Deep Silver and parent company THQ Nordic, odds are we'll get a reveal at E3 2019 alongside news of the studio's involvement. With Volition's last title being 2017's Agent of Mayhem, what it is currently working on is unknown. Either way, whatever Red Faction Evolution turns out to be, it has to be pretty far along if NVIDIA Ansel tech is already being implemented.

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