It’s always nice to find out that many software houses are working on new projects. This is certainly the case with Supermassive Games, an English development studio famous above all for having made very popular titles in the past such as Until Dawn and The Dark Pictures.
In recent months it had already emerged that the company was working on a mysterious project to be released on Google Stadia (the cloud-gaming service created by the Mountain View giant) and on The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, a collection to be released on October 30, 2020, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Based on what has been emerging from the network in the last few hours, it would seem that Supermassive Games is developing another project to be released again on PC and on the two current-gen platforms of Sony and Microsoft.
In fact, according to what appears from the page dedicated to job offers on the company’s website, it would seem that the software house is looking for someone with experience in the design of combat movements and able to develop artificial intelligence capable of following the rules of struggle. This research would be aimed at creating a game with a still unknown title, based on “varied and compelling real-time combat,” in which it will be possible to fight using bare hands and various types of weapons.
Therefore, based on what has been described, Supermassive Games would seem willing to release a game very different from the horror title that made the studio famous even if the few details provided cannot, however, exclude the belonging of the mysterious title to this genre.
No further elements have been provided regarding the game, so it is not known if there are any links with the project to be released in the future on Google Stadia. At this point, therefore, we just have to wait for official communications from Supermassive Games regarding the projects that the company would be developing.
Until Dawn was released in 2015 for PS4.