Gas Powered Games kick off new countdown timer, reveal slated for Jan 14

Gas Powered Games Project W

By on December 21, 2012 at 6:43 pm

“ProjectW” is now being teased over at Gas Powered Games, where we’re asked if we’re “Ready for Something Wild?”.

“Be the first to see the next big thing from the designer of Total Annihilation, Dungeon Siege, Supreme Commander, and the team at Gas Powered Games,” claims the site, which is counting down to January 14.

From the word “wild” and the general aesthetic of the page, something low-tech or medieval comes to mind — but we’ll just have to wait and see. You may now commence wild speculation!

5 comments (Leave your own)

Something “wyld” you say?

 

Supreme Commander 3… PS3 Exclusive, that’d be wyld. And pointless.

 

Or the last Supreme Commander 1 expansion they haven’t cancelled yet…

 

Perhaps they’re announcing that they’re continuing work on Chris Taylor’s Kings and Castles. That would reeeeeeeeeally please me.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Taylor's_Kings_and_Castles

 

ausjoker,

Was so disappointing when they dropped that for AOE Online, lost a lot of faith in GPG for that. Even their Youtube blog series about the game just stopped without further word,

I’m half expecting them to do a “Supreme Commander Online” at some point.

 
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