City Interactive, and German studio Deck13, have announced a new game currently under development at the moment, called Project RPG. The best bit? It's being headed up by former CD Projekt RED senior producer Tomasz Gop.
According to DigitalSpy, the game will be a non-linear, action-oriented affair, that "will focus specifically on player skill to progress forward, with a story that is designed to be mirror users' own actions and playstyle through its vision and ideologies."
The game is apparently set "1000 years after the death of a god, whose corpse is a mountain that splits the world into two sides, each with their own philosophy." The player will have to ally themselves with one side or the other early on in the game, with the decision greatly influencing the path through the game from then on.
With the game touted to be rather action-oriented, reports are that "the approach to combat is inspired by Dark Souls, Kingdoms of Amalur and Batman: Arkham City, in that it features systems that are simple to grasp but filled with depth."
We're rather hoping it gravitates more towards the latter two than the first choice.
Project RPG is reportedly set to be released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC next year.