Bleszinski Promises "Transparent" Development for New PC Shooter Project BlueStreak

Plus, the former Gears of War designer teases that more news will be announced today about free-to-play shooter.

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Veteran Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski's new shooter Project BlueStreak will be developed not behind closed doors, but rather out in the open. Bleszinski wrote on Twitter that fans should follow the game's Twitter account to see developer Boss Key Productions make the game in "real time."

"Transparent development era FTW," Bleszinski wrote.

Project BlueStreak is the working title for the sci-fi game, which will be published by free-to-play powerhouse Nexon. Bleszinski went on to tease that we're going to find out more about the game and the team making it later on today.

Asked when more information about the game will be released, Bleszinski said to a fan last night, "tomorrow." A subsequent tweet from the official Boss Key Twitter account says that the company will announce some of its staff, which includes "new faces along with some familiar ones." The tweets suggests some of these people have roots in the shooter space, as the tweet includes the hashtag #ShooterLineage

Boss Key is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, near Bleszinski's home. It is also just about a 20-minute drive from Bleszinski's former company, Epic Games, which is based in Cary, NC.

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