inXile Entertainment's Lead Combat Designer Dean Rymer teases their next game for Xbox Series X on twitter.
I can’t wait to talk about this game. #XboxSeriesX #newbeginning— Dean Rymer ディーン 🎮💜💛🐍✊🏿 (@deanrymer) October 9, 2020
I can’t wait to talk about this game. #XboxSeriesX #newbeginning
Here's hoping it doesn't take too long for new info :)
Lol, your right on that.
A 3 person full action game not in deserts or apocalype times are very welcome.
I'm excited to hear this.
It's going to be trash 🗑
Remember that this is the combat lead from god of war
I think you forgot. If it's for PS it's the greatest,. If it's for Xbox it's trash.
Wasteland 3 seems to be doing pretty damn well, and the MS money only came in at the end for more polish. This will be their first release as a 1st party developer, and they'll have aid from their cousin company, Obsidian. Another 1st party MS dev with award winning games under their belt. Just saying.
Its going to be AA quality and a decent game. I'm not expecting a high budget title here.
how sure are you? Because its apparently a AAAA game :)
Wasteland 3 will probably be winning awards, and now this is a 1st party title, with high level talent heading it, so.
InXile Entertainment, a California-based video game developer founded by Brian Fargo, confirmed that its next project after the release of Wasteland 3 will be a new triple-A RPG developed using Unreal Engine 5.
Triple A in name, we will see
So what's your source chris?
Sorry what's the news here? Tweets with zero information are becoming News articles on here?
I'm with you. In reality this new game is at least 3 years out. It is exciting that they are working on something new, but, in reality it is a while before the game will be real. I certainly won't rush out and buy a XB Series device for this game yet! But, I will buy a XSX because there are a bunch of later generation games that I haven't played and are running much smoother and better on XSX.
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