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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 18:15

New Next Gen title in development at High Moon

Written by David Stellmack

We know they are working on something new

Activision developer High Moon Studios, best known for its work on the Transformer titles, is currently working on its new Deadpool title that is scheduled for release in June; but that isn’t apparently all that they are working on.

Sources suggest that High Moon is currently working a new Next Gen title for the Xbox Next and PlayStation 4, but it is likely that it will also be coming out for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The title remains unannounced and no one is talking about what it might be. Of course, suggestions that it could be a new Transformers game are floating around, but our sources are highly doubtful this is the case.

We expect this will be one of the titles that Activision will likely announce at E3 in June.

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