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Gone Home Developers Reveal New Game And New Name

Posted on Tuesday, August 5 @ 16:30:00 Eastern by


Developers behind last year's Gone Home have revealed a new name, company logo, and that they're working on a brand new game.

Moving forward the studio will be called Fullbright and they'll be working together with a few other developers. Patrick Balthrop with experience from Bioshock Infinite development and Chris Remo who will create another original score have joined the team.

Still, Fullbright has the momentum right now to wow us despite having nothing to show for their new game. We're looking forward to learning more. Read our Gone Home review here.
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