Human Element

Studio Robotoki has ceased operations, Human Element on hold

Robert Bowling’s development studio Robotoki has shut it’s doors and its apocalyptic survival game is now “on hiatus.”

5 years ago

Human Element headlines

  • Here's the first real look at Robotoki's Human Element

    The first real look at Human Element from Robotoki was shown during The Game Awards 2014 this evening, and was introduced by studio head and Robert Bowling formerly of Infinity Ward.

    5 years ago
  • Human Element is no longer free-to-play, new publisher to be announced

    After revealing Nexon as the publisher of Human Element back in May, Robotoki has announced the two companies have dissolved the partnership as the open-world first-person survival game will no longer be free-to-play title.

    5 years ago
  • Human Element to be published worldwide by Nexon

    Human Element, the open-world first-person survival title developed by Robotoki Inc.and led by Robert Bowling, will be published by Nexon.

    6 years ago
  • Robotoki to use CryEngine to develop Human Element

    Crytek has announced a CryEngine licensing deal with Robert Bowling’s studio, Robotoki. The team will use the engine to develop Human Element for PC and consoles. The open-world survival game, which challenges players to rebuild society 35 years after a zombie apocalypse. Players will have to learn to adapt as the world “evolves based on […]

    6 years ago
  • Nexon invests in Robert Bowling's Robotoki

    Nexon has made a “strategic investment” in Robotoki, the publisher announced via press release this week. Terms of the investment were not disclosed, but Nexon said the two companies will ‘coordinate efforts’ on development of “multi-screen, cross-platform gameplay”. Robotoki was founded by Robert Bowling, former creative strategist for Call of Duty, and is working on […]

    7 years ago
  • Rob Bowling details Human Element, Ouya prequels & more

    Rob Bowling, ex-Infinity Ward creative strategist and founder of start-up Robotoki has spilled the beans on his new zombie game Human Element. The game won’t be out until 2015, but it’s getting a raft of Ouya-exclusive prequels.

    7 years ago
  • Human Element prequel confirmed for Ouya console

    Robert Bowling’s Human Element will receive an episodic prequel on the Ouya console. The announcement was made via an update on the console’s Kickstarter page.

    7 years ago
  • Human Element players earn resources from location check-ins

    Robert Bowling’s apocalyptic survival sim Human Element will allow players to use their knowledge of real world resources to assist them in-game.

    7 years ago
  • Bowling started Robotoki to create a game "no one else was doing yet"

    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.

    8 years ago
  • Human Element is Bowling's zombie apocalypse game, slated for 2015

    Robert Bowling has revealed his firm’s first project, Human Element, will focus on surviving the zombie apocalypse.

    8 years ago