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BioShock creator teases he's working on a new first-person adventure

Ken Levine, the brain behind BioShock, teases he's working on a new first-person sci-fi adventure game
By: Anthony Garreffa | Gaming News | Posted: Jan 29, 2015 12:07 am

Ken Levine, otherwise known as the creator of BioShock, has taken to Twitter to tease that he's working on a new game. What can we expect? Levine has teased that the game is set in an original universe, and that it's in a first-person perspective.



On top of that, the plot is "sci-fi-ish" as Levine explains, with the game being "large-ish" in scope. The untitled game will rely heavily on its story and gameplay elements, something that can be repeatedly recombined with one another in really interesting ways, something that Levine calls "narrative Legos".


Levine has disappointed most, stating that his team will not be showing off the game at E3 2015 in June, adding that his game has only just started getting into development. When asked how the progress of the game was coming along, Levine said: "Stuff in engine. Very rudimentary gameplay. Concept art. Passion system in code. A working board game to demonstrate passions".




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