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Monday, 12 May 2014 08:11

Robotoki cuts deal with Nexon

Written by David Stellmack

Human Element coming in Q4 of 2015

Robotoki, with former COD Creative Strategist Rober Bowling, has been able to cut a publishing deal for Human Element with Nexon. Nexon who is best known for their free-to-play games will have the worldwide publishing rights for Human Element.

Set some 35 years after a zombie apocalypse, Human Element might be best described as an open-world first person shooter/survival game with MMO elements. The partnership will allow the Robotoki team to achieve their vision for Human Element which will combine the fast paced cinematic, visceral gameplay that Robotoki is developing with the MMO and social experiences that Nexon is known for.

Human Element is still in development with a projected release date of Q4 2015 for the PC. It is expected that console versions of Human Element will come later on after the PC release.

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