Left 4 Dead meets tactical shooting in this co-op encounter of the parasitic shape-shifting kind.
We Played Rainbow Six Extraction
Join us as we go through the best games of the year, one day at a time from January 1...
We Countdown Our Top 10 Games of 2021!
A list of the 10 games or gaming experiences that didn't make our final AusGamers Top 10 Games of 2021 list, but still deserved a highlight list of their own...
Top 10 Games of 2021 - Honourable Mentions
We take a look at the big releases across each platform for the kick-off month of January 2022…
Kicking off 2022 in Games
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:00pm 03/05/21 | 0 Comments
According to a new report over at Windows Central, Microsoft is working with IO Interactive (of Hitman) fame on a new fantasy RPG called 'Project Dragon'. Development on the project is said to be early and the studio has been hiring for it in recent months. Word is the partnership with Microsoft will see the title hit Xbox Game Pass across PC and console as a third-party exclusive.

Details on 'Project Dragon' are a little scarce, though it's expected to be a brand-new IP set in a new universe and feature a connect-world with multiplayer elements. A clear departure from Hitman for sure, and in a recent interview with GamesIndustry.biz, IO chief Hakan Abrak notes, "Without going into too much detail, we have a third universe that we're working actively on, which is a bit different and absolutely a love child. It is something our core people, our veteran staff, have been dreaming about for some time."

Which could be in relation to this new project. This deal would of course be in addition to Microsoft's on first-party efforts and could see a number of third-party titles hit Xbox Game Pass on PC and Xbox Series X in addition to strong support from its own studios. IO Interactive became fully independent back in 2017 and with Hitman, its new Bond title, and this, the studio looks to be thriving. Very cool stuff.



io interactivexboxmicrosoftfantasy rpgxbox game passxbox series xpc





Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.