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Creative Assembly to give dev talk at Rezzed

Wednesday, 30th May 2012 11:25 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Eurogamer’s announced Total War developer Creative Assembly will present a developer session at PC show Rezzed in July.

Total War lead designer James Russell will give a talk on 25 years of the studio at the Brighton Centre on July 6 at 1pm. It wil also show a tease on what the studio is working on next.

“This year, The Creative Assembly is celebrating a quarter of a century making games,” said Russell. “I’ll be at Rezzed giving a talk on the making of the Total War series, and showing a sneak peek of what we’re doing next.”

Eurogamer operations director Tom Bramwell added: “The Creative Assembly is one of the oldest and most successful developers in the UK and they also happen to be our neighbours on the South Coast, so there are lots of reasons we’re delighted to welcome them to Rezzed.”

Already confirmed for the show is appearances of XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Borderlands 2 playable in the UK for the first time and a dev session from Stainless on Carmageddon Incarnation, to name a few.

Rezzed, Eurogamer’s PC-centric show in association with Rock Paper Shotgun, takes place at the Brighton Centre in Brighton between July 6-7. Tickets can be bought here.

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1 Comments

  1. GrimRita

    What are they talking about? How to turn a superb series into a dumbed down mess? Or how they loved using bullshots in the pre-launch hype/reviews with Shogun 2 knowing full well that DX11 wasnt shipping at launch but some 4 months AFTER release?

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