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Wednesday, 25 April 2012 07:34

Bowling confirms new venture

Written by David Stellmack

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Will announce first title later this year

Many wondered about the mysterious departure of Infinity Ward Creative Strategist Robert Bowling, and why after all of these years would he decide to leave Infinity Ward? Well, the question was answered today when it was confirmed that he has founded a new studio that will be called Robotoki.

Robotoki will announce its first next-gen title later this year, but an exact announcement date was not revealed. Bowling claims that his new studio is going to be different in many ways.

No publishing deal was announced, but we suspect that it will be announced when they unveil their first title later this year.


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