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David Jaffe attached to new car combat game Autoduel

12:00 PM on 05.16.2013  ·  Jordan Devore@DtoidJordan
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Alongside other genre veterans

Twisted Metal creator David Jaffe will serve as a creative adviser on Pixelbionic's debut title, a car combat game named Autoduel. The studio, co-founded by Maxx Kaufman (inXile, art director of Return to Castle Wolfenstein) and long-time producer Mike Arkin, will be going after that Kickstarter money, though the campaign has not been started yet.

Other notable people working on this online multiplayer PC game include the lead designer of Interstate '82, Scot Kramarich, and the creator of Interstate '76, Zack Norman, who will join Jaffe on the board. If you're going to make a vehicular combat game, these certainly seem like the people to get. Early details indicate that Autoduel will take place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where three competing factions of road warriors try to blow one another up.

 

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