Bohemia Interactive, the studio behind the military simulation series Arma, and survival shooter DayZ, is working on a game for Xbox One.
The game does not yet have name, but Bohemia has been teasing it heavily this week.
The studio’s Twitter account dropped a couple of teaser images, one shows a a newspaper cutout that reads “atom bomb hit Europe” next to a knife, shotgun shells, and what looks to be an M1911 pistol.
There’s also an analogue kitchen timer. The other shot only shows a red silhouette of a knife on a black background. Interestingly, they all have the hashtag What if Humanity Falls.
Bohemia’s Petr Kolář confirmed on Twitter that the game is an Xbox One exclusive, built on the Unreal Engine.
There’s also a livestream on Mixer that’s been running for a while. It loops, and basically shows all the items seen in the screenshots with the help of some ambient music. We’ve embeded the stream above.
It’s definitely interesting, and although Kolář only mentions Xbox One, it’s safe to assume the game will also be coming to PC.
All images point to a reveal on June 11, part of the Inside Xbox stream. It’s not clear if the game won’t be making an appearance on the Xbox briefing stage, or if Inside Xbox will just provide more details.
Microsoft’s E3 briefing takes place this Sunday, June 10 at 4pm ET / 9pm BST.