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Black producers' new game is Bodycount


6:00 AM on 03.08.2010
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While Black might not have blown people away as much as the hype leading up to might have made us believe it would, it was still a technically impressive FPS and those behind it showed true potential. So it shouldn't be that surprising that people are looking forward to the devs behind it next game, which OXM seems to have accidentally outed.

In a post that has since been taken down (here is the Google cache) the magazine's online component announced that the next issue would be revealing all about the game. The game is being developed by Codemasters Guilford, which has brought in several of the team members from Black including Stuart Black. There is no other information shared in the post, but they do say that if you like shooting guns and destroying things you're probably going to like Bodycount

Does anyone know a gamer who doesn't like shooting and destroying things?






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