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Monday, 04 June 2012 07:16

Bowling’s new title called Human Element

Written by David Stellmack

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Will launch in 2015 for PC & Next Generation consoles

Infinity Ward departee, Robert Bowling, has finally announced what his new studio will be working on. Bowling’s new studio, which is known as Robotoki, is working on a new title with the central focus around Zombies and survival; it will be called Human Element.

Human Element is in development for the PC as well as the next generation of console systems. It is planned for a 2015 release. (Yes, developers are already planning for titles that are going to be released in 2015.)

Human Element will be an action-focused title that allows players to experience a number of skill sets while trying to achieve a common goal. A publishing deal for Human Element was not announced, but it is expected to be announced at a later date.


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