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Microsoft First-Party Studio Working On "Four Unannounced New IP"

Posted on Monday, February 4 @ 08:39:09 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

 
Microsoft's first-party team of developers—namely the Vancouver branch formally known as Black Tusk Studios—is working on four brand-new properties for the Xbox manufacturer. 

According to the LinkedIn page of Microsoft employee Jonathan Browne, he's “been the primary product manager on four unannounced new IP." Whether or not these IPs are next-gen games remains to be seen, but at this point it sure seems like the safest bet.

Back in November, Microsoft announced that they'd be rebranding their studio in Vancouver to Black Tusk Studios, adding that the team was working on the company's "next big entertainment franchise.” One can only hope that this exciting new exclusive will be a launch title for the next Xbox. 

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