Quantum Break Developer Set to Unveil Its Secret ‘Project 7’ Title at E3 2018

Remedy Entertainment Will Finally Unveil Their Mysterious ‘Project 7’ at E3  

Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind games like Max Payne, Quantum Break and Alan Wake, will finally unveil their next big project at E3 2018, so far mysteriously titled Project 7. Since it was discovered last year that Remedy was working on a new title, not much has been released in the way of tangible information. But in just over a few weeks time, this will all change!

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The game, whose codename is Project 7 (or P7), will be part of it’s publisher’s lineup: 505 Games, as Remedy dropped Microsoft as their publisher last year. So for anyone who missed the big announcement last year, this next big title will be available for the PlayStation 4 as well. According to the press release that revealed this game was in the works, Project 7 “is a cinematic third person action game set in a new Remedy-created universe. Featuring an intriguing story and a game structure offering a long-lasting experience, P7 contains the deepest game mechanics yet in a Remedy game.”

While there’s no big details other than that to reveal what kind of game Project 7 will be, it will be interesting to see how the latest game will fit in with previous games from Remedy Entertainment, as well as those from 505 Games. Will Project 7 have a similar style to that of Quantum Break or Alan Wake? 505 Games clarified that the press will be getting a hands-off look at the project, and while that may be disappointing, it will still be unique and definitely worth keeping an eye out for at this years E3 conference. And, at the very least, we’ll find out a bit more about the game, find out the actual title, and hopefully, fingers crossed, we’ll get to see an epic trailer. Project 7 is set to release sometime in 2019 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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Are you excited to see what Project 7 will be? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and keep it locked for updates as we lead up to E3 2018!