New development studio comprised of game industry veterans who worked on a number of recent big releases has revealed its first game, a science fiction first-person shooter.
Warsaw, Poland-based Flying Wild Hog is a 35-person team consisting of developers and designers who worked at the likes of People Can Fly, CD Projekt RED and City Interactive.
Past titles that team members have worked on include Bulletstorm, The Witcher 2 and Painkiller. The studio’s first game will be Hard Reset, a dark cyberpunk shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity is on the brink of extinction.
Hard Reset is a sci-fi single-player FPS RPG hybrid. It is the first title of a new studio Flying Wild Hog, and was built on a proprietary engine called Road Hog. The game will be a PC exclusive and is set to release sometime in September.
The game follows the adventures of veteran soldier Major Fletcher, who hangs out in the last remaining human city, Bezoar, while fending off the robotic enemies of our species.
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The game is due to be released in September 2011 exclusively for PC, and will make use of Flying Wild Hog’s own engine called Road Hog, which the studio says will “deliver stunning visuals that bring the game’s incredible atmosphere to life.” No details on pricing as yet, but you can keep up to date with the game via its official website, Facebook page and Twitter.