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Tuesday, 18 December 2007 11:47

BioShock 2 in development at 2K Marin?

Written by David Stellmack

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New studio sets up shop


Rumors that Take-Two Interactive was setting up a new studio were confirmed today.  Take-Two officially announced its new studio, which will be known as 2K Marin. The 2K Marin studio is location in Novato, California. The studio will work on games with other Take-Two studios. The new 2K Marin studio was set up specifically to work on new original intellectual property and support the development of AAA titles.

According to various reports and rumors around the Web, in addition to working on new cutting edge original intellectual property titles, sources continue to say that 2K Marin will be responsible for developing the sequel to BioShock. While Take-Two would not confirm these rumors, it has been said that 2K Boston, which developed the original BioShock, is already working on another project. Thus, it does stand to reason that 2K Marin could be responsible for the development on BioShock 2, although Take-Two would not confirm these rumors or any other such speculation.

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