[XBOX REVEAL] Visceral Games Has A New PS4/Xbox 720 Shooter In Development [RUMOR]

By Binu Paul , Updated May 21, 2013 10:43 AM EDT
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If the information detailed in the CV of a former Visceral Games artist is to be believed, the studio is working on an unannounced next-generation shooter game for PlayStation 4 and the next Xbox.

Video game developer Jehan Choo's resume on his personal website describes that he apparently worked as a senior concept artist on an "upcoming next-gen shooter" at Visceral earlier this year. The online CV, which has since been removed, was first spotted by superannuation. Choo claims that he has worked on "pre-vis environments, mood pieces, and texture work for a PS4/Xbox 720 title" from Jan. 2013 to March 2013.

While the game in question cannot be Star Wars as January predates EA's deal with Walt Disney, Dead Space is a strong possibility as the latest rumors have that the game getting a FPS makeover and Visceral was rumored to be working on the franchise.

"Scrolling a little further down that resume, it reveals two unreleased PS3 and Xbox 360 projects, with the first being a "Stylized Army Game." For that, Jehan created "concepts for a set of character races and the sub-classes within each class," while also setting "the visual language of the weapons and how they could function," PlayStation Life Style reported after getting a detailed look at the resume before it was taken down. "The second was then an "Action Fantasy" title (Dante's Inferno 2?) where Jehan did the "pre-visualization of an entire world of dark, fantastical creatures," the report said.

Visceral, the developer of Army of Two, is one of three EA studios along with BioWare and DICE, confirmed to be working on Star Wars titles.

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