11 bit studios has announced that all of their in-house projects across three teams are now being developed using Unreal Engine, the popular game engine developed by Epic Games. 11-bit studios has announced that their successful city-building survival sim, Frostpunk, will be expanding even further with an anthology of micro-novels set in the game universe.
As of two months ago, the company put all development and maintenance of Liquid Engine, the game engine used on all previous projects, on hold and started to test the latest version of Unreal Engine. The team has shared a brief snippet of the in-engine, early-stage footage from their unannounced projects developed using Unreal Engine 4. Between the “A Tease of Things to Come” teaser and the “Unreal Engine for Future Projects” video, all three unannounced in-house projects are highlighted. Take a look a what 11 bit studios is working on:
As for the anthology, 11 bit studios has announced that they are working with famous Polish writer Jacek Dukaj to bring it to life. The author of bestsellers like “Ice” and “Other Songs”, who touches on the topics of futurology, sociology and philosophy, is the originator and artistic supervisor of the project which will be written by authors chosen by Dukaj. Frostpunk’s Lead Game Director, Jakub Stokalski, has shared that “Ice” was one of the original inspirations for Frostpunk and is looking forward to seeing the game he worked on inspire the writers, in turn.
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