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Thursday, 08 December 2011 09:32

Epic to show new IP at VGAs

Written by David Stellmack



Radically different, they claim


Epic will show a glimpse of its latest title at the upcoming Video Game Awards on Saturday. Mike Capps from Epic claims that this latest IP is “radically different” from previous projects. The new IP is said to use the pent-up energy from its developers to do something new.

Word is that the new title looks nothing like or has anything to do with any previous releases by the company. We will have to will till Saturday to see what it is; it certainly is going to be something very different, and it will be very interesting to see the public’s reaction to it. 

Saturday is still a long time to wait, but Epic isn’t the only one showing new stuff off; other companies will also have something to show. Rumors suggest it could be biggest stuff that we will see until E3.


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