Halo Co-Creator's New Studio Reveals First Game, A Sci-Fi FPS

Introducing Disintegration.

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Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto's new studio, V1 Interactive, has finally revealed its first project. It is a sci-fi first-person shooter called Disintegration, and while there aren't many details or gameplay yet, we do have both a teaser trailer and key art. You can see both of those below; they depict a mega-weapon of some sort.

Disintegration is set to be "fully unveiled" during Gamescom next month, on August 19, so keep checking back with GameSpot for more.

Lehto is the president and game director at V1 Interactive. Before this, he released a teaser image that showed some of Disintegration's world that depicted a city/settlement that had seen better days. It gave off Destiny vibes.

"The opportunity to create not only a new game, but this entire studio has been exhilarating," Lehto said in a statement. "It is great to be able to share what this amazing team has been working on, and we can’t wait to introduce this new game that our team is building to the world next month."

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Disintegration will be published by Private Division, which is the indie publishing arm of Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption parent company Take-Two Interactive. Private Division is also publishing The Outer Worlds, which is the intriguing-looking sci-fi RPG from the Microsoft-owned Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian, along with the ambitious PC and console game Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey from Assassin's Creed creator Patrice Desilets.

Disintegration is scheduled to launch in calendar year 2020. A specific release date has yet to be announced, while there is no word yet on platforms.

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