Raven Software Developing Next-Gen FPS


Remember Raven Software? The studio Activision acquired back in 1997, that’s responsible for time-manipulation title Singularity, but has recently been helping Infinity Ward with Modern Warfare games? Yeah, they’re apparently hard at work on a next generation first-person shooter game. Excited yet?

According to a job ad on the developer’s site, they’re laboring away on “an exciting next generation title”. Another states that the studio is “at work on a first-person shooter.”

No other hints were given that would reveal clues on what IP, if not new, the developer’s working on, but we hope it’s something fresh. The good folks are Raven are a talented bunch.

Thanks, Videogamer.

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5 Comments on "Raven Software Developing Next-Gen FPS"

  1. nick November 3, 2012 at 3:42 am -

    hope its a sequel to singularity, that is by far one of THE most underrated games this gen!
    it had a freaking awesome story which is very rare for its genre, and on top of that it had such fun gameplay!
    one of my favorite games of this gen!
    wish they would do a wolfenstein sequel as well, the reboot they did just before singularity actually was half decent.
    not a great game, but certainly had potential!
    they totally should do a remake of return to castle wolfenstein, that was such a classic!

  2. Baran Altuncu November 3, 2012 at 10:02 am -

    Singularity 2! Yeah!

  3. narwall14 November 3, 2012 at 1:22 pm -

    seem just like time shift but with Russian comrades IMO

  4. Baran Altuncu November 3, 2012 at 1:39 pm -

    @narwall: But the story is pretty great.

  5. narwall14 November 3, 2012 at 9:59 pm -

    to be honest i hated time shift lol

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