Guerrilla Working On “Secret Game” With Rainbow Six Siege Devs
Fresh off the epic success of Horizon Zero Dawn, developer Guerrilla Games is currently underway on a new project, one that has yet to be confirmed through official channels. We’ve previously gotten wind of the game when the studio began posting job offerings for experienced talent, with a seemingly large focus going toward a multiplayer experience.
In the weeks since, it’s been discovered Guerrilla has filled a few more openings. According to a bit of sleuthing on ResetEra (via PushSquare), positions such as Game Director and Principal Game Designer have gone to former Rainbow Six Siege developer personnel Simon Larouche and Chris Lee respectively. The two’s LinkedIn accounts reveal their recent employment at Guerrilla, with Lee simply stating his job title and Larouche playfully describing the unannounced title as “Secret Game is Secret!”.
Both devs have ample experience in the fields of multiplayer game design, with that skill especially on display in the aforementioned ‘Siege.’ Chris Lee was responsible for designing the tactical shooter’s online modes, while Simon Larouche served as game director. This new employment would be the second time Larouche has been part of Guerrilla, having originally worked on Killzone 2’s multiplayer back on the PlayStation 3.
Guerrilla’s mysterious unannounced game seems to be leaning heavy into multiplayer, an idea fans will likely have no problem with. As for any additional details, little else than speculation is available at this point. With that being said, one can’t help but get giddy about the potential of a Killzone-meets-Rainbow Six multiplayer title.
What do you think? Are you intrigued about the “secret game” Guerrilla is working on? Could this be a Killzone multiplayer spinoff, or is it something new? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed other latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more featured headlines from DFTG, check out these next few news stories:
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