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New Blood is a Fallout-like role-playing game - familiar names develop



During the non-E3 week, lots of games were announced, many of which first disappeared under the radar. But every thing has its time, and now we can tell about New Blood , a Fallout -like role-playing game from some of the brains behind Fallout , Van Buren and Planescape: Torment .

The studio is aptly named New Blood Interactive, and they reportedly work on several titles in parallel. But perhaps most interesting is New Blood , a game that CEO Dave Oshry of PC Gamer described as "his dream game".


"Everyone knows this is my dream game. And now I've got my dream artist and dream composer working on it as well as all the talented devs at New Blood.”

The game is retrofuturistic and has an isometric game view. Just like Fallout then. Among those involved, we find Adam Lacko, who was behind much of the Van Buren , which was supposed to be the actual Fallout 3 (before Bethesda took over). Alexander Berezin was behind much of the graphics and aesthetics of famous Fallout mods (see an example above). Composer Mark Morgan is also on the train - you've probably heard his music in the Fallout games, Planescape: Torment and Inxiles Wasteland sequel, to name a few titles.

Platforms and release dates are not announced.



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