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Jagged Alliance is next for Full Control after Space Hulk


5:00 PM on 04.11.2013
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Try, try again. After the disappointing Jagged Alliance: Back in Action, Copenhagen, Denmark-based developer Full Control has signed on with bitComposer Games to produce the next series installment on multiple platforms. These are the folks working on the new Space Hulk adaptation.

Speaking about the opportunity, Full Control CEO Thomas Hentschel Lund called Jagged Alliance "one of the three games besides X-Com and Fallout that really defined the entire genre and is part of our DNA. We are honored and excited to have been the confidence given by bitComposer to give the series a fresh new take whilst staying true to the core mechanics."

And there's the key phrase. From what I've seen of the in-progress Space Hulk (find a playthrough of the first mission here), the team seems like a good fit for this property.






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