Bethesda open a new studio in Austin, Texas for unannounced project

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By on October 4, 2012 at 3:43 pm

Bethesda and ZeniMax are opening a new studio in Austin, Texas. The new developers, Battlecry Studios, will be headed up by Rich Vogel, whose credits include being Star Wars: The Old Republic‘s former executive producer, Ultima Online and Star Wars Galaxies.

The studio, who are the second ZeniMax studio in Austin, alongside Dishonored‘s Arkane studios, are looking for experienced developers to work on an unannounced project.

“I have always admired and respected Bethesda’s approach to making great, original games,” Rich Vogel said. “It’s a belief and passion I share, and I’m looking forward to building a team of high quality developers who want to bring that same commitment and creative energy to the games we’ll be creating.”

Source: VG247

6 comments (Leave your own)

Prey 2, anyone?

 

STALKER, anyone?

 

While a new IP would be nice but on the other hand Prey 2 is in need of despite help.

 

Mrs Pacman: The twilight years.

 

instinx:
STALKER, anyone?

hopefully! i need more STALKER! I don’t care who makes it, aslong as it’s good :P lol Or i’ll take fallout 4!

 

Cmon, Fallout 4!

 
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