Gamecock to make Croteam announcement “soon”

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 29 January 2008 08:10 GMT

Gamecock CEO Mike Wilson is preparing to announce the as yet unnamed Croteam game signed to the publisher, the boss has revealed in this interview.

“I still can’t tell you [what’s going on],” he said. “I’m hoping to very soon.”

Croteam is the Croatian developer responsible for the Serious Sam games. The new title will use the Serious 3 engine, and has been described by the company as a “military tactical-action shooter” for PC and consoles. It’s coming out in 2009.

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