New Sony Studio Pixelopus to Reveal Game at E3
Students that made PS Vita game prototypes working at Sony on new game we’ll see at E3.
Sony Computer Entertainment has a new studio called Pixelopus, and it’s going to unveil its first game at the upcoming E3 2014.
The news came from a story in The New York Times about a new graduate degree in game design program at New York University. According to The Times, executive producer at Sony Computer Entertainment America Alex Lee helped teach a game design class at Carnegie Mellon University, in which students developed prototypes of games for the PlayStation Vita. Apparently, some of the students went on to work at Sony.
At this year’s E3, we should see what they’ve been working on with other developers at Sony, the first release from a new studio called Pixelopus. The story does not mention which platform the game is for or where the studio is located.
Sony's E3 2014 press conference starts at 6 p.m. PDT / 9 p.m. EDT on Monday, June 9. You can also watch a live broadcast of the conference at more than 40 movie theaters across the United States and Canada.
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