Robert Bowling has reiterated he started his own development studio in order create something new and get a fresh start, thus one of the reasons he didn’t join up with former Infinity Ward co-workers at Respawn.
Speaking in an interview with VentureBeat, Bowling said starting his own company allowed him to create something “no one else was doing yet.”
“[Zampella and the Respawn Entertainment crew] were my role models, friends, and partners for many, many years,” he said. “However, for me, it felt important to strike out and really create something completely different that I felt no one else was doing yet.
“That takes a lot of risk and a true creative clean slate, which Robotoki has allowed me to accomplish.”
Bowling’s new title with Robotoki, is a survival game titled Human Element, which takes place during the zombie apocalypse and it’s slated for release on next-gen, PC, mobile, and tablets in 2015.
More on the game will be revealed in the July issue of Game Informer.
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