Lightbox Interactive “won’t rush” next PS3 title

Thursday, 28th October 2010 14:05 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Lightbox Interactive boss Dylan Job has come out of Twitter radio silence, giving an update to the studio’s latest PS3 title.

He didn’t give anything specific away, like what it was, but said in a series of tweets to keep sitting tight.

The game is still making absolutely fantastic progress — the result of all the hard work from our team here at LightBox Interactive,” said Jobe.

We know our fans and the media are very interested in getting an update on what we’re working on and I can’t wait to show it, but we don’t want to show it before its ready!”

Jobe goes on to continue: “Our industry shows its games too early a lot of the time and we are not going to make that mistake. We’re really doing some new and exciting stuff and simply put, it all just takes time — and we won’t rush it.

And I am *so* thankful that SONY is giving us the time we need to make it really wicked — and it will all be worth it!”

Jobe found Lightbox after leaving Incognito Entertainment, the lot behind popular PSN shooter Warhawk. It’s thought the studio is working on a space-based sequel.

Thanks, TSA.



  1. Razor

    Come on Starhawk…

    #1 4 years ago
  2. justiceblob

    Looks like it’ll be at E3 then. I really hope it is a Warhawk sequel, I sank loads of time into that game.

    #2 4 years ago
  3. dirigiblebill

    The jetfighters in Warhawk are the sexiest bits of in-game tech ever. Fact.

    #3 4 years ago
  4. Robo_1

    Is it still worth getting today, or are the servers dead?

    #4 4 years ago
  5. justiceblob

    I think its still running, but the ones remaining are the super harcore who will absolutely destroy any new players. However, if you think you can handle it, it was an awesome game.

    #5 4 years ago
  6. Bloobat

    loads still play it, me included, well worth picking up, it features some very decent DLC!

    So want a sequel!!!

    and there are still n00b servers for new players to learn the ropes!

    #6 4 years ago

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