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Slant Six Games Announces New IP, Strata Scavenger

Posted on Tuesday, March 20 @ 13:12:18 PST by

Slant Six Games, developer for a trio of SOCOM titles (Tactical Strike, Confrontation, and Fireteam Bravo 3) as well as today's release of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, have stealthily announced their new IP called Strata Scavenger on their website:
Though we're keeping this one close to our collective chests, we can tell you that Strata Scavenger is our first original IP, and we’re pretty stoked about it. The Canada Media Fund even granted us a cool million to develop the game, based on its creative and technical innovation. Strata Scavenger is set for release in 2013.
Currently, Strata Scavenger has had 11 concept iterations with a total of 73 pages of design documents. That's about as much information as we can gather, apart from the above teaser picture which includes a vehicle that looks like a modified UT-47 Kodiak Drop Shuttle. Sorry, Mass Effect 3 is still on my mind...
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