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Dark Angel, Battlestar Galactica, and Caprica writer Michael Angeli has been tapped by God of War developer Sony Santa Monica to pen the script for their next game, Polygon reports.

Angeli announced his involvement on the project this morning, during a Battlestar Galactica panel at San Diego Comic-Con. While the writer was unable to say much about the project, since the game remains unannounced, he did specifically mention that it wasn’t a God of War game. According to Angeli, he’s been working with Sony Santa Monica on the project for a little over two years now.

It’s worth noting that the project Sony Santa Monica and Angeli are working on is not The Order: 1886—Ready at Dawn is the primary developer on the PS4 exclusive.

Battlestar Galactica Writer Working with God of War Devs on Unannounced Game

By | 07/18/2013 03:40 PM PT

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Dark Angel, Battlestar Galactica, and Caprica writer Michael Angeli has been tapped by God of War developer Sony Santa Monica to pen the script for their next game, Polygon reports.

Angeli announced his involvement on the project this morning, during a Battlestar Galactica panel at San Diego Comic-Con. While the writer was unable to say much about the project, since the game remains unannounced, he did specifically mention that it wasn’t a God of War game. According to Angeli, he’s been working with Sony Santa Monica on the project for a little over two years now.

It’s worth noting that the project Sony Santa Monica and Angeli are working on is not The Order: 1886—Ready at Dawn is the primary developer on the PS4 exclusive.

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