It’s been confirmed that Unknown Worlds, the studio behind Subnautica, will probably be revealing its new sci-fi technique recreation at Gamescom later this month.
Last 12 months, Krafton Inc introduced it was buying Unknown Worlds and confirmed that “in addition to ongoing updates for Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero, Unknown Worlds is currently working on a new genre-defining game” which was slated to launch into early entry in 2022 however to date, hasn’t materialised.
It’s now been confirmed that Charlie Cleveland, the co-founder and recreation director at Unknown Worlds, “will officially reveal a new IP set in a sci-fi world that features imaginative turn-based gameplay” throughout the opening evening of Gamescom, which takes place later this month.
Host Geoff Keighley adopted up by promising “lots of gameplay too”.
At @gamescom Opening Night Live on August 23, are excited to disclose the subsequent recreation from @unknownworlds the creators of @Subnautica
This is a model new sci-fi IP, and we’ll present you a number of gameplay too!
Tune in dwell on August 23 at 8pm CEST / 2p ET / 11a PT for the announcement. pic.twitter.com/uxMAcGR5hJ
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) August 9, 2022
“So excited to finally share what I’ve been obsessed with, and working on every day, for quite a few years. obsessed,” wrote Cleveland.
Elsewhere at Gamescom, the Krafton-owned Striking Distance Studios will share a brand new have a look at The Callisto Protocol, the upcoming next-generation survival horror recreation that’s set to launch on December 2. New footage of the title was shared again in July.
Gamescom kicks off August 23 and runs till August 28.
Earlier this month, the worth builders and publishers should pay to get a spot throughout the Opening Night Live stream at Gamescom 2022 was revealed, with costs beginning at £71,000 for a 30-second slot.
It additionally seems like Unknown Worlds are at the moment engaged on a sequel to Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero. Back in April, the studio posted a job itemizing searching for “a senior narrative designer to work with us to help shape the next game in the Subnautica universe.”
In different information Bulkhead, the studio behind Battalion 1994, has “formally ended” its relationship with Square Enix and introduced a legacy model of the sport. It comes after it was reported that Square Enix was seeking to dump stakes in Western studios in a bid to “improve capital efficiency”.