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Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:37

Respawn confirmed for E3 in June

Written by David Stellmack

Zampella says they will be there for sure

Co-Founder of Respawn Entertainment, Vince Zampella, has let everyone who has been watching his Twitter feed in hopes of finding out when we would catch a glimpse of what the company has been working on now, and confirmed the company’s appearance at E3 in June.

Zampella would only say that they would be at E3 and, “I have no intention of showing up empty handed! I can’t say anything else right now.”

Zampella partners with Jason West, who along with Zampella left Infinity Ward and Activision to form Respawn Entertainment, and sign a publishing deal with Electronic Arts. As for what Respawn will be announcing and showing off, the general belief seems to favor a sci-fi styled FPS title, but that is far from certain and is only based on a number of vague rumors.

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