The team that created Codename: Outbreak is now working on a 3D action role-playing game.
Deep Shadows, the new game development studio founded by the team that created GSC Game World's Codename: Outbreak, has unveiled its upcoming action role-playing game, Xenus. The game is based on the latest version of the Vital Engine, the game engine first used in Codename: Outbreak. It is set in modern-day Colombia, and it features a huge seamless gameworld with no level subdivisions.
We've posted some early screenshots from the game in the gallery above. Deep Shadows plans to release additional details about the game in the coming weeks. For more information, visit the Deep Shadows Web site.
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