J.J. Abrams partners with Infinity Blade developers on new game called Spyjinx

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 11 November 2015 16:54 GMT

Bad Robot, the J.J. Abrams company which makes films and such like Star Wars and Star Trek, has partnered with Infinity Blade developer Chair Entertainment to create a video game.

The game is called Spyjinx and the Unreal Engine 4 titles is slated for release on PC and mobile devices in 2016.

According to the description, it mixes “action-strategy with dynamic world-building and RPG character development,” all set in a “thrilling, treacherous world of espionage.”

A closed beta for Spyjinx is planned and you can sign up through the official website.

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