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Jager Development, the studio behind Spec Ops: The Line, and Grey Goo maker Grey Box will unveil a new IP at E3 this year, the former announced on Twitter today.

The Germany-based developer’s only games to date are 2003/2004’s Xbox and Windows PC combat flight simulator Yager and 2012’s Spec Ops: The Line for Windows PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. The company’s official website lists one unannounced project in the works, described as a “AAA First Person Shooter”—no doubt what’s being alluded to in this morning’s tweet.

Grey Box’s studio debut Grey Goo, a sci-fi real-time strategy game, is slated to launch on Windows PC later this year.

Spec Ops: The Line developer to unveil a new IP during E3 next week

By | 06/2/2014 01:30 PM PT

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Jager Development, the studio behind Spec Ops: The Line, and Grey Goo maker Grey Box will unveil a new IP at E3 this year, the former announced on Twitter today.

The Germany-based developer’s only games to date are 2003/2004’s Xbox and Windows PC combat flight simulator Yager and 2012’s Spec Ops: The Line for Windows PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. The company’s official website lists one unannounced project in the works, described as a “AAA First Person Shooter”—no doubt what’s being alluded to in this morning’s tweet.

Grey Box’s studio debut Grey Goo, a sci-fi real-time strategy game, is slated to launch on Windows PC later this year.

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