When a developer from the then-recently shuttered Wolfpack Studios announced the formation of Stray Bullet Games last May, he said the company's first new game would not be a sequel to Wolfpack's Shadowbane, but more likely it would be an original offering.
That has finally been confirmed, as Stray Bullet Games announced that it has begun development on a new massively multiplayer online game based on an original intellectual property. No specific platforms were announced for the game.
"With this new project, Stray Bullet is committed to creating a fully realized, ongoing online conflict that combines furious action with tactical and strategic game play," the company said. "In the game to come, characters, guilds, and global factions will engage in meaningful, exciting, and fun mass combat."
Stray Bullet has said it won't release more details on the game for a while, but it did say it would not be creating its own game engine; instead, it would rely on middleware to get the job done whenever possible. For an idea of where Stray Bullet is headed with this game, check out the conceptual art pictured above.