The lights are on
Berlin-based Yager, creators of Spec Ops: The Line (shown) has licensed Epic's Unreal Engine 4 for use in an unannounced next-gen title.
Yager said in a press release that the title will be a major triple-A game that it expects to unveil in the coming months.
In the opinion of Timo Ullmann, Yager's managing director, "Unreal Engine 4 is, hands down, the best toolset for
creating next-generation, AAA games."
We shall find out soon if Yager intends on continuing Spec Ops or if this is something else entirely.
Email the author Matthew Kato, or follow on Twitter, and Game Informer.
Cool. I hope it's story is as good as The Line's
I just picked this up an finished it last night. Great story. Good game.
got "the line" free on ps+, I played through and finished it last nite. I will definitely buy the next one.
Very excited. If the narrative is anything like Spec Ops was, I'm on board 100%. They just need to tweak their gameplay mechanics a bit (assuming it is a sequel or another shooter).
UE4 is beautiful.
awesome. spec ops kicks major ass, awesome story
They've got some real talent. Sounds good.
Fans should probably be excited if the studio is as good as they say.