Bloober Team, the studio behind the Layers of Fear games, Blair Witch and most recently The Medium have announced a new partnership with publisher, Rogue Games to develop an unannounced next-generation game for PC and consoles.
Details of the new project from the polish-based studio will be revealed at a later date but teased that the new game is a “crazy cool concept.” Rogue Games most recently partnered up with Netflix to bring Card Blast to Android devices through the subscription service’s slate of in-app games.
Rogue Games is a Los Angeles-based company described as a “publisher of innovative, stylish video games” which is led by industry veterans of Sony, EA, Activision, Apple and more. The publisher has released a couple of indie games including musical-themed platformer Monomals, retro-style cyberpunk game, FPS Sprawl and cat-themed brawler, Fisti-Fluffs.
“We couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with Rogue on this incredible project. We pride ourselves on making games that push the boundaries of originality and immersion, and we’re delighted to be working alongside a company that shares our vision.” Bloober Team CEO, Piotr Babieno said in a press release.
Looking at Rogue Games’ past games, Bloober Team’s next game is sounding like an ambitious project for the publisher. Knowing Bloober Team’s track record and what Rogue Games CEO Matt Casamassina has to say, the game is sounding like another game in Bloober Team’s wheelhouse.
“We’ve admired Bloober’s dark and gorgeous games for years, so we knew right away they were the only team to do this crazy cool concept justice. Today’s not the day—unforgettable, original, kickass games take time and care to make—but we can’t wait to fully announce details on this project at a later date,” Rogue Games CEO Matt Casamassina said in a press release.
This isn’t the only project The Medium studio is working on as they have also agreed to a “strategic partnership” with Konami which are rumoured to be working on a new Silent Hill game. In addition to that, they may be working on a follow-up to their cyberpunk horror adventure game, Observer.