Nacon Has Created A New Italian Branch, You Can Guess What They Are Up To! [VIDEO]

We know about Nacon Studio Milan that they are developing a survival game based on a “popular film franchise”, but let’s take a deeper look at what the French publisher has revealed.


So, Nacon (formerly Bigben Interactive) has created a new publishing arm called Nacon Studio Milan. Here, you can find RaceWard Studio, which specialises in racing games (they developed RiMS Racing, for example). Still, there’s also a second team developing a survival game set in a post-apocalyptic setting, and this one is also based on “one of the world’s most popular film franchises”. Nacon Studio Milan is currently recruiting people to join its team because this new project has been described as ambitious.

In a press release, Marco Ponte, CEO of Nacon Studio Milan, wrote, “We are proud of the direction we are heading in. Originally a team of racing experts, the studio has increased, and our new talent has given us the desire to explore new territory. We decided to broaden our horizons and try another type of game. We are looking forward to presenting this new project to the world. Our family is growing, and we hope to welcome new members soon as we build our team.”

Here’s where it gets interesting. Nacon won’t officially release details about the new project until later this year, but two artwork images have been shown from it. From them, you can work out what exactly Nacon’s Italian outing will develop. In one of the artwork pictures, the solution is hidden! The Alamo Sport Shop doesn’t seem unusual, but it’s a location familiar to the Terminator movies!

In other words: Nacon might be developing a game with the Terminator IP. If they can do better than Teyon’s Terminator: Resistance (although that wasn’t too bad either, especially knowing their previous title, Rambo!), we can look forward to this game with confidence.

Source: Gematsu

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