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Friday, 18 November 2011 09:23

Splash Damage not working on Marvel title

Written by David Stellmack



No partnership with Disney on new title


Splash Damage isn’t working with Disney on a new Marvel title. That is the word from CEO Paul Wedgewood that he posted on his Twitter feed. The new title was rumored to be using the Brink technology.

Wedgewood says “We’re not working with Disney. We’re not building a pop culture IP. We are only using BRINK tech for BRINK updates.” Sounds as if that says it all.

Wedgewood claims that recent rumors published by a number of sites are inaccurate; and he suggests that the lack of official comment from Splash Damage perhaps fueled the rumors.

Our sources tell us that if Splash Damage is working on something new, no one seems to have a clue what it might be. With the poor results for Brink, it is difficult to see a sequel in the title’s future. We will just have to wait till Splash Damage makes an official announcement, and we have no idea when that might be.

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