CEO 3D Realms: We’re working on Unreal Engine 5 based on a cult classic – Games – News

Fredrik Schreiber, CEO of game studio 3D Realms, says on Twitter that it’s working on a “next-generation game” that uses Unreal Engine 5, based on the IP of a cult classic. 3D Realms talks about the “most ambitious” title since Prey, Max Payne and Duke Nukem.

for the game is the studio looking For a number of programmers and designer level and producer. in December He was also looking for Slipgate Ironworks partner studio for the same game Senior programmers. Job posting shows 3D Realms running AAA title based on file Classic IP cult. Schreiber writes on Twitter: “That’s huge!”. 3D Realms is the developer of the Ghostrunner, Prey, and Max Payne series, among others. Schreiber says he’s working on an IP-based game for a cult classic. Doesn’t say what address that would be.

3D Realms is part of the Swedish game publisher Embracer Group, which owns a huge list of studios and game rights. Embracer Group also owns under More from Gearbox, THQ Nordic, Deep Silver, Dutch virtual reality game company Force Field and Vertigo Games.

Although 3D Realms is best known for cult series like Max Payne and Duke Nukem, and there have been no games in this series for several years, it is still ambiguous about what title 3D Realms will develop, because Embracer Group and its subsidiaries are responsible for many game titles Own the rights, think Gothic and Red Faction from THQ Nordic series, Borderlands and Brothers in Arms from Gearbox, or Star Trek Online from Cryptic Studios, also from late last year. Part of Embracer. Embracer also owns the comic book publishing house Dark Horse And the publisher of the board game Asmodee.

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