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Tuesday, 17 January 2012 09:07

Capcom Vancouver working on new IP

Written by David Stellmack



Developers tight lipped on what the new title is


The development team at Capcom’s Vancouver studio, best known for Dead Rising 2, is apparently working on two new titles. One of the new titles is apparently brand new IP. Recent job postings suggest that it could be a third-person title with action and adventure.

Given the studio’s previous experience with Dead Rising 2, it could be a variety of different things that they are working on for this new IP. We do suspect that the other title that the studio is working on is none other than Dead Rising 3, despite the lack of an official announcement from Capcom.

With sources tight lipped on what the new IP could be, it is hard to know if we will get more information later this year at E3; but that does seem like a safe bet right now.



David Stellmack

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